Author: Karl

Google Cardboard VR Headset Reviews

I’m a bit late to be writing about Google Cardboard – it’s almost three years old, and Google has moved on to Daydream. It’s still relevant and interesting, even though at first I was quite negative about it. 😅 It

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Taking 360 VR screenshots for Google Cardboard projects in Unity

I’ve started working on an indie VR game project, and wanted to take some screenshots for its website. I’ve been playing with VR View for the Web, and thought it would be good to have some 360 VR screenshots of the

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Catch-up post

It’s been a while since my last blog post. A lot has changed. DeNA closed their Vancouver studio just over a year ago (~May 2015). Later that month was the launch of a collaboration between my wife and I, a photo

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Why I Always Respond to Recruiters

My first interaction with a technical recruiter was during my second co-op placement (internship) at Relic Entertainment in 2007. We had individual phones and company extensions, and occasionally we would use it to call a colleague when we expected them

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Success is Scrappy

I constantly have to fight with my inner perfectionist. I feel like being a programmer makes this a little more difficult – you have to be very precise when you write code. The computer will do exactly what you tell

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