Neil Schneider

How to Test and Fix Chromatic Aberration on WMR VR Headsets

HP Reverb G2 (Version 2)   I’ve been running a video series called Neil’s Messy Basement with a strong focus on home entertainment and immersion.  I’m very enthusiastic about the latest generations of surround sound, big screen projection, gaming, and kicking back and enjoying the digital age. I’ve recently taken a renewed personal interest in virtual reality by testing the … Read more

The Danger of Taking the Console Route in VR

Having watched the Oculus Connect 5 keynote and seeing the follow-up coverage, I think Facebook definitely has some amazing innovations coming around the bend – well earned and hopefully well-publicized innovations. The hardware looks seamless and easy to adopt, there appears to be enough horsepower for half-decent VR experiences, and it does away with the confusion of mixing smartphones and … Read more

Grasping the financials of future computing

Now that the heavily invested and reviewed Magic Leap developers kit is getting released, I think it’s an opportune time to talk about future computing and put some of the industry developments in perspective. It was only a few short years ago that the world went nuts when Oculus got acquired by Facebook for $2 billion dollars ($3 billion all … Read more