Recent content by Adam Frisby

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    Sinespace Pursues The “Second Life Of VR”

    We're currently in the process of switching to a more agnostic API - should help there I suspect, but we've been avoiding the WMR native API since it's really geared towards UWP apps (which unfortunately, try as we might, throws up more issues than we'd like.)
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    Sinespace Pursues The “Second Life Of VR”

    Heya Argent, I haven't tested the Oddsey+ but that sounds like something with the controler inputs is FUBAR. There's a rework of our VR controllers in the next public release, which I am hoping will iron out a few issues - although this sounds like a new class of problem; albeit due to the fact...
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    I am Mukatsuku

    'allo!
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    cable Van Helsing Renewed For Season 4

    Yay. This is in my "Oh god why do I watch this, I can't stop" list.
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    Which Apocalypse Scenario Frightens You Most?

    False vacuum collapse.
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    Making Comic Style Stuff

    Thought I'd cross-post this from my recent upload GitHub I just finished a 4 part tutorial series on non-photorealistic rendering in the Sinespace youtube channel - but I've uploaded the key source files; the 'shaders' to make comic-style semi-PBR environments which might be useful if you're...
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    Scripting Examples, You Say?

    Yeah - C# has some heavy restrictions client-side (sandboxing/security mainly), although editor scripts work just fine. General scripting we do in Lua - which is something we need to do more examples of. (Lua is the language used in a lot of games though - it has the advantage of being very...
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    2018.9 Update / Release Notes

    Hey everyone, I figured I'd slightly cross-post from our blog (original post here) with what's in our 2018.9 update. You can get this one by ticking 'Creator Preview Release' on our installer, or going to preview.sine.space/download (for Mac/Linux users) I won't post the full list of release...
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    Sinespace Pursues The “Second Life Of VR”

    Yeah that's a decent way of solving that problem - clever! Only problem is indeed the shadowpass, we're avoiding forward rendering where that'd be simpler; so it might be easier to instead slot in a generic invisible head, otherwise we'd have to have a second copy of your av in hiding (which is...
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    Sinespace Pursues The “Second Life Of VR”

    We've toyed with keeping avatar visible in first person view in the past - the problem is more stuff on the head/face/etc can occlude and get in the way of the screen. If we brought it as a optional feature, it'd definitely have to be default-off as the results aren't always pretty.
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    Sinespace Pursues The “Second Life Of VR”

    I think that neglects the fact that users are going to come in on a lot of devices - mobile in particular at least in the short/medium term I think will outnumber desktop and VR by a heavy margin. (If you look at what people actually are using - there's been a pretty big shift in the way general...
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    What ever happened to Adam Zaius and Nexus Nash? (Azure Islands)

    Hey, yep. :) I'm running Sinespace. I get the title of creator, lead developer and guy-to-whom-the-buck-stops on anything Sinespace related. I haven't caught up with Nexus in a long while, but we sold Azure over to Anshe in 2010 - about when I started working on the platform that would power...
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    Let's Explore - Sinespace

    If you're creating, I strongly recommend joining our Discord group (see the pinned thread in this forum) - we post beta versions of our editor packs there, and the latest beta has some really significant quality-of-life improvements for creators. :)
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    Let's Explore - Sinespace

    Yep - UI is a known bug. ;) We've got a big project underway to replace it, but you'd be surprised how much work that throws up. :)
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    Let's Explore - Sinespace

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