As Glastonbury tickets are like gold dust, I experimented for the 2022 festival with a virtual reality (VR) experience. Here are the results.
I have an Oculus Quest 2. It's really fun. Experiencing things in VR is a completely different experience to standard 2D screens. So how do I start building fun things to experience in VR? Most of my backend programming is performed in Python. This is the home of TensorFlow, Keras, PyTorch, SciKit Learn, OpenCV etc. … Continue reading Playing Around With VR & AI