How to delete apps in Unknown Sources on the Oculus Quest!
October 2nd, 2019 | Answers, Virtual Reality
Here's a quick guide on how to uninstall apps in the "Unknown Sources" section of the Oculus Quest. Chances are, if you are a developer, you've got apps in here that are apps you've built and run on your Oculus Quest from Unity, Unreal Engine or your other editor of choice! There is no simple remove button in VR within the Oculus Quest menu. Instead, there are a few other ways to do remove these apps.
How to completely disable the camera on the the Amazon Echo Spot
March 27th, 2019 | Answers, Internet of Things
How do you make sure that your Amazon Echo Spot camera is never going to record your every move in the bedroom? It's a fantastic bedside clock, but people are often not comfortable with a camera staring at them beside their bed. We've got it totally disabled. Here's how!
How do I integrate Dialogflow V2 API with HTML and JavaScript?
January 5th, 2019 | Answers, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Assistants
One of the most common questions I receive at the moment is — how do I integrate the new Dialogflow V2 API with front-end HTML and JavaScript? V1 had a JavaScript API, which I've used for a range of examples online for Dialogflow apps... but V2 doesn't have an API like that. So, what are our options?
Using Dialogflow to make smarter Twitch bots
March 5th, 2018 | Answers, Artificial Intelligence
Twitch bots can be a whole lot of fun, they respond to key words, commands like !shoutout and common actions like users joining chat. However, what if they could be smarter? Have a conversation? Chime in on conversations happening in stream? That's what I tried to make possible with my Dialogflow Twitch Bot Bridge — available for free on GitHub.
Are we living in a simulation?
October 18th, 2017 | Answers
With all of the technological advancements emerging today, could we one day simulate a universe complete with consciousness? If so, are we already living in that universe? Here are the arguments put forth so far for the fascinating question — are we living in a simulation?
How do I fix the Onion Omega2 when seeing “Index of /console/”?
April 4th, 2017 | Answers, Internet of Things
The Onion Omega2 is a new platform for makers and tinkerers to build some pretty neat things. It provides a web console to manage everything over Wi-Fi, however, if something goes wrong and you end up with a screen that just says "Index of /console/" — here's how to fix that.