The second half of our conversation with the developer Mad Max, Aaron Clifford is here! On this episode we talk virtual noses, old school game consoles, developing for VR and positional audio. The dreaded quiz is back and we’ve got Pac-man Fever.
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Put your VR headgear on and listen to the latest episode where we talk to the maker of DAWT, Mr. Aaron Clifford. The Edmonton developer schools us in his 20 years of coding, tells us how he was conceived in a tent in New Zealand and how to record your software onto a cassette tape.
How fun was that? Stay tuned to our website, our feed, or the Patreon page to hear part two of this entertaining conversation with Aaron. Head over to our Facebook page to chat with Chris’ mom while you wait for the next episode to drop. Thanks again to Aaron Clifford and be sure to check out DAWT.
Comics too expensive to read, blatant podcast promotion, figure skating to the Spider-man theme song and Siri’s inability to open up are all the topics covered in the second half of the conversation with Danica & Brandon of Variant Edition.
We discuss the many different versions of a single comic book character & Brandon tells us a tale of The New 52.
Danica’s pick for Paul is Letter 44. Brandon’s cross section of Paul’s pick is called Red Wing.
The difference between single issues and graphic novels? Danica tells us that single issues like Bitch Planet have really great essays in them, but the collections are missing those and the letters section.
Another fun one, this episode the gents are talking to the owners of Variant Edition a comic shop in Edmonton. Brandon & Danica also do a number of podcasts as well. On this show we give old TV stars new detective shows, talk about Siri’s self-image issues, sexism, inclusiveness and privileged white dudes.
Brandon tells us about his interview with artist Chip Zdarsky.
Brandon challenges your hosts to name 3 books, films or TV shows and he will find a comic that meets them in the middle. Paul & Chris give him The Martian & Orphan Black and Brandon’s mental database says they should read Copperhead.
Thanks again to the owners of Variant Edition of Edmonton for joining the guys. Of course, thanks to you for listening. Part two of this conversation with Brandon and Danica is coming up next! While you wait, be sure not to gender any dragons.
Visual artists never fail to inspire, but we went all the way to Antwerp to talk to Midge Sinnaeve. Fine… technically we Skyped Midge. Though we’d love to go there! Especially after talking to him. We talk VR, books, 3D scanning, cycling in tunnels, scifi and SyFy. Part one of our conversation is here.
Midge share’s his projects and work on his site, TheMantissa.net. He likes to call this open source artwork.