The feedback is streaming in, and while everyone loved the first episode of Neil's Messy Basement (except those now self conscious HMD roller bladers), the interview audio was a bit too Neil's Messy Basement - if you get our meaning!
We got a new mixer, we're getting a decent lapel mic, and we're going to have a lot of fun with this!
In the previous story, we said that the next episode is in the first week of May. This isn't quite true. We are having another episode this coming Monday, and it's the Vireio Perception episode that is in the first week of May. Still, there is something for everyone in next week's episode.
This actually started because when I got back from GDC, I was horrified to learn that my camera's SD card got scrambled and I lost several good interviews. SO, why not bring the guests HERE for a change?
Neil's Messy Basement was my solution. It's a low-tech down to earth (below earth, actually) weekly program series that interviews people located all over the world. Yeah, I rant too. Many are going to like what I say...many will not. However, you're all welcome to agree and disagree with me - that's the fun of it all. This is what goes down in my Messy Basement!
There are a handful of must-attend conference events we participate with each year. CES, Game Developers Conference, SVVR, Immersed (of course!), and...FMX. FMX is easily the premier event for networking and learning from market leaders and pioneers working in digital media and technology. This year, The Immersive Technology Alliance has been honored to work with their content development team to help build their program pertaining to virtual reality and immersive tech, though honestly - thanks to their team's hard work, everybody already kind of knows to make their way down to FMX each year. It's just the place to be!