This team wanted a 3D scanner, so they built their own
June 1st, 2017 | Internet of Things, Interviews
This is the sort of team I love to meet. The Sydney-based team at EORA 3D decided that 3D scanners were too expensive for their needs and built their own. I met them at CeBIT Australia last week as they were preparing to ship their creation out to the world and Indranil Roy, a lead engineer, was kind enough to chat with me a bit about their story!
Greg Williams, executive editor of WIRED, chats about the future of tech!
May 29th, 2017 | Interviews
Greg Williams is Executive Editor at WIRED magazine and has spent a whole lot of time exploring emerging tech. In this video interview, we chat about where devs should place their efforts, discussing areas like VR, AR and AI.
Building dragons and our mixed reality future with Daniel Newman at CeBIT Australia
May 28th, 2017 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Daniel Newman is a best-selling author with insight on how to be successful in the digital age. He shared his thoughts with us on mixed reality, choosing your path in emerging tech, the other Daniel Newman and how we all want to be Robocop.
Insertables — why wear tech when you can have it inside you?
May 24th, 2017 | Internet of Things, Interviews, Wearables
There's a whole area of emerging tech which I've honestly never tried to get into before. It takes things to the next level in a way that nothing else in tech really compares to. I'm talking about "insertables" — putting tech inside you. Kayla Heffernan is doing a PhD on this very topic! I just had to throw a bunch of questions her way... there's so much I want to know!
Porting an existing game into VR with Radiant Crusade
May 15th, 2017 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Moving an existing game into virtual reality is a tough challenge. There are a lot of challenges involved and not every game can make the switch successfully. Radiant Crusade is an example of a game that underwent a significant transformation to turn it into a VR game. Eric Provencher from Radiance Games shared their experience.
Mongoose OS — an open source IoT operating system
May 14th, 2017 | Internet of Things, Interviews
Mongoose OS is an open source, cross-platform operating system for connected microcontrollers. It works with a range of microcontrollers and is available right now for developers to try out! I was really fascinated by the platform and reached out to find out more. Sergey Lyubka spoke to me about their operating system, how it differs from other IoT platforms and how developers can get started.