Interviews

This team is building a new platform for moving around in VR
May 23rd, 2018 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Puya Abolfathi and his Sydney-based team at Visospace are putting together smooth omnidirectional locomotion using a hoverboard-like device called the Alto100. It has reached 100% funding on Indiegogo this week and I wanted to get some more detail on their tech!
A glimpse into an augmented fashion filled future
May 5th, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
Find your current shirt a bit too... flat? Plain? Not interactive enough? Never fear! Patricia Haueiss, an active member of the Australian VR/AR community, put together a prototype for augmented reality fashion. Here's her story!
Tips on augmented reality dev from Mapbox’s AR lead
May 2nd, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
Adam Debreczeni, Mapbox’s AR Lead and co-founder of Fitness AR (recently acquired by Mapbox!), has lived in the emerging tech industry for quite some time. As Mapbox continues to empower more developers in AR with their SDKs, I thought it'd be good to chat with Adam about the industry and get his tips on it all.
Yes, this developer can control JavaScript with her mind
April 5th, 2018 | Internet of Things, Interviews
When JavaScript tinkerer extraordinaire, Charlie Gerard, has a demo that she controls with her mind, you just know we needed to cover it here on Dev Diner. I had a bunch of questions for her to see how she managed this magic!
The Royal Australian Navy are giving VR-powered diversity and inclusion training a go!
December 11th, 2017 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
In a great tale of VR startup success, Equal Reality, a group focused on reducing unconscious bias through virtual reality, have recently built a custom version of their app for the Royal Australian Navy's cultural reform program. I spoke to Brennan, one of the founders of the team, about their exciting news!
Collective Campus has two new emerging tech accelerators!
December 6th, 2017 | Interviews
Collective Campus, a corporate innovation hub, school and consultancy based in Australia and Singapore, have two accelerators that would be perfect for emerging tech startups looking at entertainment, tourism, travel or real estate. I spoke with Sean Qian from Collective Campus about the opportunities available.