There were several comments about this product on the NYCIST email group and I decided to look into it more. It seems like a really sensible solution. Some of the online reviews mentioned that the stickiness of the product was inconsistent from surface to surface. I wouldn't expect it to work perfectly on every surface and I am curious to see how it works on just a regular painted wall.
Today I tried the demo for Quivr, a fun archery style experience. I really liked their menu design for settings. It really used the VR space is a nice way. I couldn't figure out how to take a screenshot while the menus were displayed.
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I'm test driving two home budgeting apps - You Need a Budget (YNAB) and Mint. I am leaning towards Mint because it is owned by Intuit whom I already use for other services and their mobile app has Touch ID and a pretty nice interface design. YNAB seems to have some depth in the right places and some simplicity in others.
I really like how object interactions and behaviors in this environment. There is also gentle haptic feedback in the Vive controllers when picking up and touching certain objects.
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