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Do you sometimes know a thing that could potentially make you some money—on what I personally am still very dependent on doing—and that is “really easy”, but you never actually do it? Like pushing a finished game onto an online store?
Why not do it then?
I just ported Vhite Rabbit’s Wastepaperbin VR to Daydream and GearVR in 4 hours. We already have a great abstraction for the VR input, so it was mainly a matter of getting the Unreal Engine project to compile on Android and setting up the configuration.
There still is a bit of work to be done especially regarding the 6 DoF controller to 3 DoF controller migration. Most of the “immersive UI” was not invisioned to ever have to work with that.
Recently I finally submitted a plugin to the Unreal Engine Marketplace. For me it seems to be these final steps that just lie around, so close to actually being “out there”, yet I for some reason must have been afraid to do that final step.
I noticed this behaviour and I don’t like it. I will improve on it. Expect me to put in all the necessary effort to get games out on the Play Store, Oculus Home Desktop and Oculus Home Mobile.
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