Last night, David Wyand gave a presentation to the Toronto VR community about his approach to building a character’s locomotion art and IK for our multiplayer VR FPS, The Field. This talk was similar to the one he gave to the Toronto UE4 community back in September.
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A copy of the slides has been made available using Google Slides: David Wyand’s Toronto UE4 Presentation Enjoy!
Last night, David Wyand gave a talk on Turtle VR and the technology behind it at TorontoVR. He gave a summary of using UE4, Coherent UI, Google Blockly, Oculus DK1, and Razer Hydra in producing the code block programmable drawing application.
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The event was packed as Oculus came by to demo their consumer Rift and Oculus Touch. It looked like most people played Bullet Train, a demo made by Epic using UE4.
The Vive preview version of Turtle VR was also available for attendees to try out thanks to Globacore.
Last night, David Wyand gave a talk on Circumpaint, UE4, and the Oculus Mobile VR Jam at TorontoVR. He gave a summary of the VR Jam, and talked about the challenges in creating a Finalist VR Jam entry using Unreal Engine 4.
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About 60 people attended the event at the Globacore headquarters, which included a talk by Denis Lirette about Globacore’s newest game, Power Core VR.