First, I upgraded the streaming setup at our home. Then, I upgraded the channel’s graphics and overlays. The final upgrade focuses on the most important element: the streamer. Me.
I’ve had the Oculus Quest for a week, and it’s time to talk about what I think of it. This kicks off a new series of posts about new technology, where I’ll revisit my thoughts several times over the item’s life cycle.
The tech is ready. Now it’s time to think about the actual screens, graphics, and overlays I’ll be throwing at the world. Here’s how I went about updating them all to try to bring a little order to the chaos.
If I’m going to stream and expect people to listen and watch, I’d better make it an experience worth their time. Here’s the first of a three part series about bringing our stream to version 1.0!
We made it. 3 months and 18 days. 100,000 light years. Jump number 2,070 brought us to Beagle Point, and the end of the Distant Worlds 2 Expedition for CMDR Lanids and his flock of Harpy viewers.
I learned something unexpected on the way.
It’s been three months and eighteen days. Tonight we will arrive at Beagle Point after a journey of over 100,000 light years. Now what?
In about three weeks, two major new headsets are coming from Oculus to drop into consumer’s greedy little hands. You better believe I’m one of them!
It was a busy weekend here in the Orksandcats.com Palace. Let’s go over what happened this weekend, then lay out some thoughts for what the week ahead might contain. New VR, anyone? (Updated at 4:55PM!)
We’re now four months into the Distant Worlds 2 expedition, and we’ve entered the final stretch of the journey to Beagle Point. This is where it gets hard… and lonely. We’re coming to The Abyss.
We’re a third of the way into the six month long Distant Worlds 2 expedition. While mucking about far below the galactic plane, I found something unexpected.