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2017 Annual Production Report

Posted: , By Patcoola

What was slated and what was actually done in 2017 by Patcoola. This year’s headline graphic is green for go. 2018, will be the start producing great products. First will be the publication of the long awaited Project Smart. Then production of small video games.

2017, was a big year for change. Many aging and obsolete equipment in the office has been upgraded. New productivity tools has been acquired, and I’ve never looked better to start producing.

2017 Production Schedule and Log

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2016 Annual Production Report

Posted: , By Patcoola

What was slated and what was actually done in 2016 by Patcoola. This year’s headline graphic is yellow for get ready, next year’s headline color will be green. 2018 will be the green light for go which will start the production of my video game in 2018.

2016 was my biggest fundraising year to date, taking in 3207 Canadian dollars. I’ve invested in a new computer, and tools for game creation. Development into a video blog to document the creation of my video game is in development. Rotoscoping provides an augmented reality where I can bring a video game’s world into the video. New innovations in website development brings a new way to add new behaviors to all websites without any programming knowledge, and faster creation of amazing websites.

2016 Production Schedule and Log

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Converting a Photo to VR

Posted: , By Patcoola

The Internet is full of programs offering to convert your photos into virtual reality (VR). I didn’t believe it, and I still don’t know what these programs do. However, I looked into the concept myself and gave it a try with Photoshop.

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Mad Catz R.A.T.3 Mouse Review

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The Mad Catz R.A.T.3 is a cool mouse with promising features, but fails to deliver on what’s important. I didn’t want a mouse with a crazy number of buttons, it had to be big and have the basics for gaming. This mouse would have been great if it wasn’t for some serious flaws. I can’t recommend this product unless it’s your personal travel mouse.

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VR with the Nexus 7

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Using the VR Shinecon headset, I managed to use my Nexus 7 second generation tablet (7 inch) for virtual reality (VR). The downsides are having to hold the tablet in place, the motion sensor may be influenced by the headset’s magnet, and the screen is a little bit too large for the headset. The upside is that I can quickly use the touch screen and place it back in place quickly.

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eBay: VR Shinecon Headset

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I wanted to try virtual reality (VR) to see if getting a Vive or Oculus Rift is a real thing worth getting. Seeing the diagrams of the Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) headset, VR is basically a smart phone screen with a motion sensor and lenses. I can see how their can be so may headsets on the market thanks to Google Cardboard. I bought the “VR Shinecon” also know as the “BlitzWolf VR” for $25 CAD to be used with any smart phone I could find.

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