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John Carmack
The Mobile #VRJam has officially begun! We can't wait to see what you create for the #GearVR! bit.ly/Oculus-VRJam pic.twitter.com/fbCgqXmsuL
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Announcing the Oculus Mobile #VRJam 2015 Judges panel, including @ID_AA_Carmack! Learn more: bit.ly/JamJudges pic.twitter.com/92k1KGivzM
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The latest SDK for Mobile is now available to download from the Developer Center! Learn more: bit.ly/MobileSDK5 pic.twitter.com/HL1iB1Nd4p
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If you missed the live stream, Michael Abrash's F8 live stream is now available here: youtube.com/watch?v=UDu-cn… pic.twitter.com/f3OjKLw1F8
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just now, William Gibson tries VR headset for the 1st time."they did it!" w/ @arikuschnir @amandapalmer @GreatDismal pic.twitter.com/Vi0sAHAUH6
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#ICYMI: The Mobile VR Jam 2015 starts in April with $1M in available prizes! Learn more: bit.ly/Oculus-VRJam pic.twitter.com/E1kgtXs4sA
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that's not a screenshot: i am literally playing Wolfenstein INSIDE of this article. 2015 owns polygon.com/2015/3/6/81586… pic.twitter.com/UTKdMqwMbq
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"Asynchronous Timewarp" by Oculus Chief Software Architect, Michael Antonov: bit.ly/AsyncTimewarp #vr pic.twitter.com/gWvTWbgNyv
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Get ready, Oculus' Mobile VR Jam begins on April 13, 2015 with $1,000,000 in available prizes! bit.ly/Oculus-VRJam pic.twitter.com/pOdx7WlJLN
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Teaching my older son lisp (Racket). Working on a Pokemon battle simulator. pic.twitter.com/yXxw0xefUD
Teaching my kids programming on an Apple //c is like kung fu training in the primitive wilderness. pic.twitter.com/fHCHuFA4ni