Could the current situation be an opportunity to transmute time into (allegorical) gold? If so, how? What about taking on a challenge?
In an effort to turn the current crisis into something positive and creative, I gave myself a 30-day challenge:I will complete a p5.js course.
We write and send hundreds of emails for Giving Day at Cornell. Wouldn’t AI be great to find new ways to talk to our donors? I tried GPT-2 for you.
Just write is a web app strongly inspired by Ilys: Type without seeing what you’re typing. When you feel that you’ve typed enough, export your text.
I recently hosted a VR demo for my division as part of our all-staff week. I put a lof of time and research into it so I’m sharing my tips.
As I’m learning more about webXR, I find myself needing a place to host and keep all of these experiments together. Here’s my solution.
I’ve noticed that in the few moments that I can spend with myself, the activities that bring me joy all have this in common: Letting something out.
AR is a mature technology that is quickly becoming ubiquitous but it also comes with challenges, one of them being to identify the right technology to use.
UNVR, the “VR for good” program at the United Nations broke new grounds back in 2015. I met with Kristin Gutekunst, a member of the original team.
VR as a place to create VR assets is great. But what about VR as a place to create real objects?