Josh and Braeden host a think tank with the co-founders of virtual reality porn company Holodexxx. We discuss what it takes to create realistic 3D models of the porn stars, as well as some ideas around changing up the business model to have a positive impact on the future of porn industry.
In this episode Josh and Braeden host a think tank with a social media strategist and a psychology professor. This episode takes a look at social media as a tool to curate our personas, social development for children, what makes a post go "viral", and the future of social media as a way to engage with virtual brands and organizations.
Josh and Braeden host a roundtable discussion with Jen Duke Holmes and Mark Therien to discuss and learn about topics around Disaster and Emergency Management. We talk about different global disasters and how sharing knowledge across multiple disciplines can help us understand how to deal with global disasters better.
Josh and Braeden talk with Simba Wakatama about bone conduction technology, traditional headphones, music and society, and the future of wearable tech. Simba also provided his experience as an entrepreneur and shares some ideas related to business ethics.
Josh and Braeden talk with Google machine learning engineer Nick Frosst to talk about general ideas around machine learning, artificial intelligence, and neural networks.
Josh and Braeden sat down with virtual reality film makers in Toronto to discuss ideas and techniques around 360 audio / video production and storytelling in VR. This episode includes general VR industry discussions and ideas around VR storytelling.
Josh and Braeden talked to VR designer/developer duo Christian and Alex who have created VR content for artists such as Coldplay and The Black Eyed Peas. We talk about the current virtual reality industry and some design best practices.
Augmented reality's potential in warehouses for companies like Amazon and Wal-Mart is enormous. The COO of GetVu sheds some light on how his company is creating AR devices to make this dream a reality. Philosophies, processes, and ideas are exchanged on the idea of augmented reality glasses in the warehouse and in general.
This conversation is a brief overview of the current virtual reality industry, where our guests fit in the industry, and where things are headed. We get into philosophical debates, UX techniques, and how to start a VR company in such a new and unpredictable market.
When 3D cameras are embedded into our smartphones, we will be able to scan our world as easy as taking a picture, and transfer it into virtual reality. Discover how Anton Yakubenko and his company GeoCV are making this dream a reality.
Josh and Braeden sat down with Nick and Tony to conceptualize what the future of a connected virtual reality might look like. They talk about a future Metaverse, current trends in social VR, and some problems that still need to be overcome in order to enjoy a true metaverse.
We picked the brain of Facebook Product Designer Nate Garvie, who shared his insights on UX Design for digital products, some tips on being a better designer, and how research plays a key role in design.