Posts Tagged ‘vr’

May 2021

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Pupdate Cold and dry April gave way to wet and windy May, but at least the bluebells were out and beautiful for scamping around: Podcast We’ve had some great guests on the show during May, and some fantastic episodes coming up. We also added a discussions feature to the web site, and Olivier Jacques came […]


April 2021

30Apr21

Pupdate As the weather has improved it’s been great to get out and about more with Max. We also had some fun with his mother Nellie coming to visit. Coding The new job means I’m back to writing code a lot more. One of my first adventures was into using the ZeroSSL API to automate […]


March 2021

31Mar21

Pupdate Max is 7 months old now, and continues to be a source of endless entertainment and cuteness. Having half his people back at school has disrupted our Lockdown III routines, but he has a reason to get extra excited when folk come home. Vaccination I got my first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine. The […]


February 2021

28Feb21

Pupdate This was the month that he became a dog that likes to go for walks, which is great. He was pretty reluctant for the last few months – scared of traffic and meeting other people (and other dogs), and not keen on the cold wet weather. I’m glad we persevered, as he now seems […]


December 2020

31Dec20

I don’t think I’ve ever been so glad for a holiday break… In this post, a brief pupdate, some new toys, People Powered, the history of PCBs, toiletry vacations, and some Pi and VR stuff. Pupdate Max continues to grow, and get used to being part of the household. It’s been really fun having him […]


November 2020

29Nov20

There’s been lots happening this month, with the puppy growing, some IT failures, moving on from some previously loved products and services, more updates on streaming and VR, and a few things I forgot in October… Puppy He’s done a lot of growing from the start of the month: To the end of the month: […]


August 2020

29Aug20

ICYMI It’s been something of a busy month for blogging, with posts on Cloud Migration, Java, the UK exam fiasco, Hugo. and RIP Dougal. BBQ The new Kamado Joe that I mentioned last month got its first run, which looked good, but ended up being a little dry: Hawksmore @ Home The Hawksmore at Home […]


A quick overview of WebVR based on Ada Rose Edwards’ awesome ‘getting started with WebVR‘ presentation that I saw at Nineworlds Geekfest The demos that I showed off can be seen from Ada’s GitHub pages: basic demo track demo Sadly the odd colour basic demo and the T-Rex thing haven’t (yet) made it from the […]