This is the westbound on-ramp to the 10 freeway at Barranca Street, shot while on my morning walk. This construction project goes on for miles and miles, and for months and months. They are apparently adding a lane and putting up noise barrier walls, so it will be interesting to see if we’ll be able to hear it from our apartment on the third floor!
As I show in this video, I finally got my OSVR headset and software to properly work. Since I’m not a gamer, finding a free app that can stream 3D and 360 3D YouTube videos was the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Since I don’t want to get fat sitting around playing with virtual reality, I’ve starting taking hikes every morning.
Here’s four photos from two of my hikes this week, showing how dry it is around here.
I also want to compare different video resolutions with my new OSVR headset, using this 3D/360 YouTube player—the download link is at the bottom of the main post:
Now that my swivel office chair is broken, and I need it for viewing virtual reality, I will be looking for a new one while I’m practicing shopping at Costco for the first time. For this shopping practice, I’ve got a very small list of things to buy.