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Every week, we look at the latest news in VR, AR, IoT, AI, robotics and maker stuff, followed by Q&A and live tech tinkering!

Latest VR

Building an infinite procedurally generated VR game inspired by Adventure Time
January 16th, 2020 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Exploring an infinite dungeon train is just one of those things you've always needed to do in VR but just didn't know it yet. One of our favourite devs, Brennan Hatton, has put together that very game for the Oculus Quest! Here's a Q&A with Brennan about how he put it together and details on how you can get your hands on this game!

Latest AR

Building a 3D printed AR headset with The Triton Project
March 26th, 2020 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
It's always exciting to stumble upon another AR headset being developed! Graham Atlee has been putting together The Triton Project, an exciting new headset similar to Project North Star that can be put together with off-the-shelf parts! Here's a Q&A with Graham on how it came about and how you might be able to get your hands on one!

Latest AI/Robotics

Q&A on Vector Unleashed with Jacob Hanchar, CEO of Digital Dream Labs
February 25th, 2020 | Interviews, Robotics
One of the best bits of news we had recently was that Anki, the company behind Cozmo and Vector, had their assets saved by Digital Dream Labs — our robot friends could live on! Their new Kickstarter to open up Vector's possibilities has already reached its goal. I had a Q&A with Jacob Hanchar, CEO of Digital Dream Labs, to find out more.

Latest IoT/Makers

A neat way to add I/O with the physical world — the Wio Terminal
April 4th, 2020 | Internet of Things
The world of micro-controllers and maker creations is a vast and ever-growing one that can be super intimidating to newcomers. Should you start with an Arduino? A Raspberry Pi? What's an ESP something something? How do you add a screen? Sensors? The team at Seeed Studio are trying to make things easier and their Wio Terminal looks like a nice option for those who want to start with a screen and some sensors.