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- ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE opens today in NYC at the Untitled Space and my virtual reality piece, Urban Illusions, is part of the show! My piece captures the people and moments of Baton Rouge, LA surrounding the unjust death of Alton Sterling in July 2016. There are so many powerful works in this show and I’m honored to have been selected. If you’re in the area go check it out! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. #resist #blacklivesmatter #oneyearofresistance #virtualreality #batonrouge #nyc #art #oculusrift #urbanillusions #altonsterling #louisiana #blm
- ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE opens today in NYC at the Untitled Space and my virtual reality piece, Urban Illusions, is part of the show! My piece captures the people and moments of Baton Rouge, LA surrounding the unjust death of Alton Sterling in July 2016. There are so many powerful works in this show and I’m honored to have been selected. If you’re in the area go check it out! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. #resist #blacklivesmatter #oneyearofresistance #virtualreality #batonrouge #nyc #art #oculusrift #urbanillusions #altonsterling #louisiana #blm
- ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE opens today in NYC at the Untitled Space and my virtual reality piece, Urban Illusions, is part of the show! My piece captures the people and moments of Baton Rouge, LA surrounding the unjust death of Alton Sterling in July 2016. There are so many powerful works in this show and I’m honored to have been selected. If you’re in the area go check it out! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. #resist #blacklivesmatter #oneyearofresistance #virtualreality #batonrouge #nyc #art #oculusrift #urbanillusions #altonsterling #louisiana #blm
- Feature: @uploadvr & @antoinebeynel Back when the Switch was first announced, a lot of people were wondering if it would include any VR or AR support given the multitude of rumors. As it turns out, that wasn’t meant to be. We’ve made wishlists of game franchises we’d want to see in VR from Nintendo and the company’s president, Tatsumi Kimishima, has even stated that they’ve been experimenting with the technology, but won’t get involved util comfort issues are resolved. The Joycon controllers are impressive with motion-sensing and incredibly precise rumble features that would be great for VR games, similar to the Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, or PlayStation Move. Realistically if the Switch does ever get VR support, a bit more work is needed though. The screen’s resolution is far too low (and too large and heavy to be comfortable) but it’s still fun to think about. Down below we’ve included a bunch of mock-up images from industrial designer Antoine Beynel that give us a glimpse into what a future design from Nintendo might look like. As long as it doesn’t suffer the same fate as the poorly conceived Virtual Boy, we’d be all for it!
- Feature: @uploadvr & @antoinebeynel Back when the Switch was first announced, a lot of people were wondering if it would include any VR or AR support given the multitude of rumors. As it turns out, that wasn’t meant to be. We’ve made wishlists of game franchises we’d want to see in VR from Nintendo and the company’s president, Tatsumi Kimishima, has even stated that they’ve been experimenting with the technology, but won’t get involved util comfort issues are resolved. The Joycon controllers are impressive with motion-sensing and incredibly precise rumble features that would be great for VR games, similar to the Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, or PlayStation Move. Realistically if the Switch does ever get VR support, a bit more work is needed though. The screen’s resolution is far too low (and too large and heavy to be comfortable) but it’s still fun to think about. Down below we’ve included a bunch of mock-up images from industrial designer Antoine Beynel that give us a glimpse into what a future design from Nintendo might look like. As long as it doesn’t suffer the same fate as the poorly conceived Virtual Boy, we’d be all for it!
- Feature: @uploadvr & @antoinebeynel Back when the Switch was first announced, a lot of people were wondering if it would include any VR or AR support given the multitude of rumors. As it turns out, that wasn’t meant to be. We’ve made wishlists of game franchises we’d want to see in VR from Nintendo and the company’s president, Tatsumi Kimishima, has even stated that they’ve been experimenting with the technology, but won’t get involved util comfort issues are resolved. The Joycon controllers are impressive with motion-sensing and incredibly precise rumble features that would be great for VR games, similar to the Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, or PlayStation Move. Realistically if the Switch does ever get VR support, a bit more work is needed though. The screen’s resolution is far too low (and too large and heavy to be comfortable) but it’s still fun to think about. Down below we’ve included a bunch of mock-up images from industrial designer Antoine Beynel that give us a glimpse into what a future design from Nintendo might look like. As long as it doesn’t suffer the same fate as the poorly conceived Virtual Boy, we’d be all for it!

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