ATR #34: VR gaming is the future at Invrse studio!
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As the title suggests, this episode is all about VR gaming! That Guy Named John was invited for a tour of Invrse Studios to talk to some of the creators of games like “The Nest” and “The Wake” (and other secret projects …), and he could not think of anyone better to bring with him than This Guy Named Steve!
Invrse studios is a local gaming company focusing on the new wild west of the gaming frontier, which is VR gaming. On this episode you will hear John and Steve talk with Ryan Smith, who is the founder and creative director of Invrse studios. For more pictures and other information, head on over to the blog post here: Tour of Ivrse Studio
Time code breakdown:0m:00s – 1m:40s: Intro with John and Steve
1m:40s – 40m:40s: Interview with Ryan Smith recorded live at Invrse Studios
40m:40s – 1h:04m: Wrap up with John and Steve back at About To Review HQ
Thanks again to Ryan Smith, Joshua Jonas, and most importantly, Angel Parker, who helped organize this visit. They are all incredible and I cannot wait to see what they come up with next!
You can support the new gun model that was mentioned, which is called “Athena” by Ilium VR by going to their IndieGOGO page here: IndieGogo/Athena
Guests on this episode:
Ryan Smith, Founder and Creative Director of Invrese Studios can be found on Twitter: @Invrsestudios and also Facebook: @Invrsestudios
You can find Steve on Twitter: @steveblog, Instagram: @standinside plus you should check out his work with National Geographic Expeditions at his website: http://standinsidemedia.com/
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This episode was edited by Brandon at Vexing Media, which I am very thankful for!
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