In this talk, attendees will learn how to start making VR apps, how to integrate Brain.js into a VR project, and how to use this information to make apps more accessible and interesting for users. We will cover some background material on machine learning and VR, then bring everything together in a live demo. By the end of the talk, the audience will know how to put all of these things together in a real, production-like app.
Accessibility is an inherent aspect of the web. And yet it is often neglected and considered as an afterthought. There are certain misconceptions lingering around it and it might appear burdensome or confusing as a result.
Decades ago, Steven Goodwin started to explore the possibility of precisely timed music. Knowing that computers now allowed more programmatic control over sound than they did in 1962, when Ligeti’s wrote his piece, he set about writing algorithms to generate MIDI files which ultimately became Symphony 1 in C# minor.