Wow! The response so far for Iron Man MK1 has been great. Now of course, I really wish I had more time for development because lately I’ve been very distracted with 3D printing. When I start on a new project, I usually can’t stop until I get it perfect. With 3D printing… the rapid prototyping and continuous development of a product is done in days, not months. I’ve had great success improving a new product I’ve been working on and the engineering process of it all has been intoxicating.
I am going to try and put time away very soon for some development sessions. Stay tuned!
MK1.5 Hellicarrier Update is here!
This is my first VR project and I am using it strictly as a learning experience (Not For Sale) before I begin other projects. I’ve always wanted to recreate the house from the movies and thought this would be a great opportunity to learn about VR development too.
It’s happened, the switch has been made. I’m officially a Virtual Reality developer. No longer am I just sitting and enjoying the view from the sidelines, I’m creating the view it’s self. It’s wild to feel completely at home yet completely lost in a new industry. I’ve been waiting for VR to get started all of my life and now that it’s finally here, it’s a bit nerve racking.