I’m a queer Creative Programmer, with a side dish of design and consultancy, and a passion for research and artistic applications of technology. I work as a
Programmer at Media Molecule. Now looking for a new adventure in VR!.
Love living in London.
When I'm not programming, playing games, roleplaying, learning, or reading, you can typically find me skating or streaming on Twitch.
First off new job which means a bunch of things but mostly a project update.
The video should be on the main page at the time of posting but here is a link if your in the future.
I've updated the experiments page with a range of stuff. Here is a brief overview.
So yeah a ton going on. Some of it will slow down as I start the new job which I will be letting you all know about soon.
I'm now officially protected against Covid, or rather in two to three weeks, have a pretty good immune response, with a second jab bringing me up to the high 90s. That is because I went I got my first jab thanks to the NHS deeming me a high risk younger person. No idea what put me in that risk group, potentially my weight which hasn't been great. I thought it might be helpful to note some
Recently I've had a bit more time between leaving Media Molecule and starting my new job. I want to explore a few concepts, some of which I think are worth writing up, if only to work the ideas through my fingers. Lip Syncing in virtual reality is an interesting one that seized my grey gooey bits the other day so let us explore it. The issues with computers are they like numbers. If we were to
"There is some surprising complexity in this isekai. " That was the line my wife blurted after she asked me was it good. It's honestly a fun romp I would recommend to anyone as being both silly and wholesome. It maintains a unique flavour while "conforming" to several tropes. It has some surprising nuance in places for all the silliness of the premise and tropes of the genre. I