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Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 13


Cosmo Scharf is the Co-Founder of VRLA.  Cosmo talks about their upcoming expo, the story  behind VRLA, the Proto Awards, and other fun observations of where the market is headed and why.
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Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 12


Dr. Jason Jerald, Principal Consultant for Nextgen Interactions talks about:

  • The VR Book
  • His contributions to the Virtuix Omni on Shark Tank
  • Left4Dead 2 in VR
  • Their new VR Game...VR Apocalypse!

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Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 11


In today's episode, we interview Jose Luis Navarro, CEO of inMediaStudio.  inMediaStudio is the company behind the Mission Impossible V VR Experience - but that's not all!  From from it.  Jose showcases his own messy basement with all kinds of immersive gadgets and experiences.  He also talks about his developing virtual reality work for the 2016 Summer Olympics.  Really exciting stuff!
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