I have to admit, a major reason I choose HTC Vive when I bought it was that it supported Linux. Unfortunately, there were few VR games that worked in Linux and the performance of those that worked in Linux left a lot to be desired. After a few aborted attempts at Talos Principle and Serious... Continue Reading →
Building a New Machine
I have been sniping parts for a while now, now finally with the Black Friday discounts, I was able to put together a new machine. Azade as always helped me put it together. I also snagged an Odyssey+ on the Samsung BF deal. The cable length is ridiculous, but the resolution is amazing. The only... Continue Reading →
GDEX and Midwest Game Dev Scene
I attended GDEX today thanks to the GRID lab and John. It was everything you imagine a gaming expo to be, with cosplay, FPV drone racing, cool demos and so on. While attendance of geeks and nerds was a given anywhere in the world, I was not expecting this much on the supply side in... Continue Reading →
HTC Vive Cable Management with Ceiling Suspension
I discuss my experience in setting up a ceiling based retractable cable management system for HTC Vive.