The AEC Hackathon is upon us, and if you’re an AEC geek reading this post, you need to drop everything and book tickets to San Francisco for November 8th through the 10th. No, seriously. Go do it. Now!
We’re at a very exciting place with the rapid growth of real-time virtual applications being used in real estate, construction architecture and manufacturing industries, and need to bring in some additional team members.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Virtual Dubuque.
“WOW!” Seems to be an almost universal reaction to a first experience trying on the new Oculus Rift VR headset. Seeing a players first experience with Rift is always interesting to see, as the player gradually becomes immersed, suspending their disbelief, and becoming part of the virtual environment.
I love being a freelancer. I’ve been lucky enough to get away with it off for 9 out of the past 10 years, and wouldn’t have it any other way. However, it hasn’t always been easy – especially the first few years. There were so many hard earned lessons and missed opportunities that could easily have been avoided had I known better at the time. That’s what this post is all about.
Below are a couple of excerpts from my contribution to RENDERING, covering some of my thoughts on architecture in virtual worlds. The book is a publication of CLOG, and can be purchased HERE.
I think I can build a strong case that I got 10 out of 12 accurate this year. Let’s see how it played out:
A virtual environment inspired by Arabic architectural traditions for a client in Muscat Oman. تطلق العالم الافتراضي للقمة ل Muscat الشباب