This is the one post for all things iPhone 6 Minimal Case
This case is important to me because it represents the chase for a higher standard of design and the way we think about holding our prized mobile devices. Once design was an after thought, now it’s becoming a standard issue of concern when it comes to the things we consume and use day to day.
I’ve made the pursuit of this case being to ergonomically enhance the way you hold an iPhone 6.
Web Projects, 3D Printing, VR Development. It can all get a little overwhelming at times. I haven’t had much time to sleep, or work on my internal marketing etc… but I am doing some of the best work of my life. I just have to continue to try find the right balance.
Unreal Engine 4 is amazing and I am planning on using it for several new projects for VR. Iron Man MK2 should be right around the corner and am really exciting about integrating flying and other new mechanics. In my downtime I’ve actually modeled a pretty sweet Space Elevator that I am working on for my next big project. That one will be more geared towards education…stay tuned!
The presentations I gave on 3D Printing and Virtual Reality have been a really positive experience. I am definitely going to be continuing that effort to try and improve my presentation skills so I can communicate this technology effectively.
This really has been an amazing year thus far and I really can’t wait to get all the projects I’ve been working on out and into the public eye. Hopefully it will be sooner… than later.
Feels good to be in full tilt… 3D printing is an art and as with any art; it will take time to master. I’m working on a variety of different projects that are going quite well and potentially will have a variety of applications across several fields. For example the internal mechanism for a watch clasp prototype has proven extremely useful and I believe will be easily applied in other applications.
I find myself constantly questioning what can be built and where the limit lies. My passion for engineering, physics, applied mechanics, architecture, design, fashion and prototyping is continually fueled through 3D printing. The days ahead will be challenging but the journey unforgettable.
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!
Finally 3D printing on a daily basis again. Not really something I think I can give up now that I’ve got the “Maker” mentality in full effect. Something in my house breaks and my first reaction is no longer, “Where do I go to find a replacement?” but it has changed to “How long will it take me to build that?”
It’s not that I like to work. It’s that, I find what I’m working on is so exciting… I don’t define it as “work”. This is something I do because I can and I want to. I have to do this because I refuse to ignore technological advancements such as this, I’ll regret it.
More updates to come, this blog needs a complete overhaul and I’m working to put together a game plan for that soon. VR and 3D printing maybe the most exciting technologies to happen to recent memory but having spent real time with both, I can tell you it’s everything the hyperbole suggest.
Wow! Hard to make time to post when you have something like an Oculus Rift in your life. This is day one for the future of virtual reality and being a developer is something I’m definitely taking seriously. I’ve had experiences and went places already that have completely convinced me of the entire medium and it’s just beginning.