Since I've been involved with virtual reality and VR esports, it has been my mission to tell others (particularly the average consumer) about this amazing technology. Although I stay busy and I've helped promote numerous people, games, leagues, tournaments, etc. in the VR esports industry, most people don't realize that I've done 99% of this… Continue reading Need help reaching consumers with your VR products? If so, contact me.
March 2019 Game Developers Conference March 18-22 San Francisco, CA April / May 2019 Virtual World Arcade Conference April 4-5 San Francisco, CA F8 April 30 - May 1 San Jose, CA Augmented World Expo May 29-31 Santa Clara, CA June E3 June 11-13 Los Angeles, CA July 2019 World Cyber Games VR Championship as… Continue reading VR Conferences 2019
FINALLY I've had my last infusion of Rituxan. While I generally dislike taking medication, I knew in January that it was time for this treatment again. I won't repeat the story here, but if you're interested in how I became sick and specifically how immunotherapy helps me, just check out the original post. Immunotherapy Week… Continue reading Final Week of Immunotherapy: Thoughts for the Future
After you face death, it tends to give you a different perspective on life. For me personally, I try to speak a little more kindly, encourage someone daily, and definitely embrace life fully. With virtual reality, it seems that my life has taken the strangest turn possible and still I'm amazed by the circumstances and… Continue reading Immunotherapy Week 5: It’s time to learn more about VR
Even as we push science and technology in our schools, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results show no change in science scores for twelfth graders from 2009 – 2015. Math scores rose between 1990 – 2003, but they remained relatively steady from 2003 – 2013 and then declined in 2015. While scores can… Continue reading Why Schools Need Access to Virtual Reality
I'm feeling thoughtful today and I don't want to be here. Logically I know that I'm feeling better because the medicine is helping my immune system to work properly again, but it's frustrating. I dislike waiting for things to happen or missing opportunities. I'm grateful the meds are working, though. The past week has been… Continue reading Immunotherapy Week 4: Emotional VR experiences today…