Monday Today I unpacked and set up an HTC Vive for the first time. It arrived in a huge Amazon box. The box was so big because it came with tripods for the lightboxes too. It was mostly filled with packing paper. I dove in and started pulling out the headset, controllers, and cords. However, […]
I woke up today feeling like it was Christmas morning. There was a HTC Vive in the guest room! Hopefully, Everest VR had completed downloading. It was one of the promo games that came with the Vive. I downloaded Richie’s Plank Experience the previous night too but hadn’t had a chance to play it yet. I was also excited […]
This past week I had the opportunity to fly out to Seattle to meet up with some of my team for work on Doghead Simulations. It was a really great week. While the main perk of working in a distributed company is getting to work from home, the other is that you get to travel […]
When working on a remote, virtual team it is important to have clear, transparent communication. Understanding communication styles is key to working virtual teams.
I started a new job at a virtual reality start up to change the way we work remote.
We talk a lot about how to successfully work virtually and have remote project teams. There are lots of blog posts and articles touting the benefit of working remotely. We have more online tools than ever that can help us get the job done but simply having cool, online chat rooms and daily remote stand-ups doesn’t guarantee […]