As certain events heat up and the weather gets more and more allegorical, here’s some of the week’s most interesting articles to distract you.
- Badger Life
- UX & Design
- Mission Beyond
It was a bitterly cold morning as one-by-one, we hastily arrived at Clerkenwell Road for the second annual Red Badger User Experience and Design (UXD) team away day. An opportunity for us to spend time together away from projects, getting to know…
Increasingly, VR is being used as a tool for different sectors like healthcare, education, tourism, automotive and retailers and I want to focus on how these changes could have a positive impact on these sectors.
I decided to write this article about Virtual Reality (VR) as I was inspired by different events I attended in the last couple of months where I had the opportunity to try different headsets and demos.
By the year 2015 I imagined the internet to be something close to how it was envisioned in Gabriele Salvatores’ Nirvana cyberpunk film. You’d plug yourself into cerebral cortex, put VR goggles on and off you would go flying into the cyberspace.
After speaking to over 50 locals about the Haller app, making reams of notes, taking over 600 photos and shooting 25 videos of usage and interviews, we are now a few days away from boarding our flight back to Blighty.
Coming to Africa to test a…
Usually people are excited about the possibility of working on a project with millions of rows of data. "It's a challenge!" they say. However, some "normal data" projects can still allow you to showcase the best of your skills as a designer and…
I’ve been always fascinated by 3D and 3D presentation on the web space, well, since the tragic VRML(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VRML). During the time in the university, I poked around Direct3D and OpenGL a little bit and after then anything with…