Given the talk about #fakenews, I've been thinking about Errol Morris' book Believing is Seeing. It's a brainy meditation on truth in photography. He spends the first third of the book analyzing Roger Fenton's photographs of the Crimean War. In particular, Morris dissects whether Fenton staged the cannonballs in The Valley of the Shadow of Death.Read More
Three years ago, I created "This is not a video" as my final project for the "Leadership Through Story and Communities" course in UW's MCDM program. I delivered this essay as a written component of the project. I wrote it while I was still editing the video together.Read More
Green Lake park is a go-to hangout for Seattleites in the summer. I live nearby and run the 3-mile loop around the lake most days. As I run, I crisscross my way through dog walkers, stroller pushers, and Frisbee throwers. This weekend, I dodged a new breed of Green Lake visitor: Pokémon GO players.Read More
Virtual reality can intimidate newcomers. It’s advanced technology, and there are new announcements every day. The internet has mountains of information on VR, but it’s difficult to know where to start.
I know this because I’m a VR newb. It was only a year ago that I used an Oculus Rift for the first time. Since then, I’ve consumed everything VR-related that I can get my hands on.Read More
I used to think fully immersive virtual reality was science fiction. I was wrong. Now it’s my job.
I joined AxonVR in January as the company’s first marketing hire. I had never heard of AxonVR. That was part of their plan.Read More