Jae Maloney KLM Enterprise VR

Enterprise VR adoption is skyrocketing as more and more use cases are being discovered. COVID-19 is accelerating the adoption at exponential rates. Even airlines that have a vested interest in travel are considering how VR can reduce the impact of air travel on the planet. From scrum meetings in Glue, to training mechanics on maintenance…

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Virtual Tours were a breakout search term on Google since the coronavirus lockdown. Virtual tours have been around since the original ViewMaster debuted at the 1939 World’s Fair. Bob takes his audience on a virtual tour of Sydney Harbour, reliving a recent trip there from November 2019. This highlight clip is from The Being Virtual…

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You know those innocuous questions you get when you meet someone for the first time, like “What do you do for a living?” When I meet someone who doesn’t know what I do, I tell them I work with emerging companies to help them increase sales of their virtual reality products. I also work with…

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In 2015 I quit my job and took off on a by now well-documented road trip in my old VW Campervan. There were many memorable moments during that journey of self-discovery.  The first was driving northbound out of San Clemente on I-5 and trying to decide what to listen to on the stereo. Wolfmother cried…

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An old joke lobbed at restaurant customers in America that fail to leave a gratuity is “Tipping isn’t a city in China, you know!”  America has by far the most pervasive tipping culture in the world.  And as long as service workers are paid a non-living wage this will continue. Some restaurants in bigger cities…

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I’ve been remiss in writing lately, but that’s been mainly intentional. So much has changed for me this year that I needed to find my voice again. Last year was about finding myself and letting that guide my direction. My path has taken me around the country and to Australia, Amsterdam, and England. Now I’m…

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(Add steve jobs commencement you tube) In what is considered one of the greatest commencement speeches ever given, even if Aaron Sorkin did have a hand in penning it, Steve Jobs tells three stories to the graduating 2005 graduating class of Stanford University. All three of these stories have deep meaning for me.  Steve talks…

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As I sit here in midtown Manhattan waiting for the fireworks to begin, I’ve been reflecting on the meaning of this holiday. As many of our holidays have, this one seems to have lost its relevance to me.  From a historical perspective, we are celebrating our freedom from the tyranny and oppression from what is…

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Hello friends, it’s been a while.  I’m writing this from New York City, midtown Manhattan to be specific. I know my story left off in Tofino, at a music festival last summer.  As you know, I fell behind in my travelogue.  One of the effects that had was I was unsure of how to post…

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This Man Dropped Everything To Turn A Simple Road Trip Into A Multi-Year, Multi-Continent Journey LIFE UPROXX “Bob Cooney is an interesting cat. For a long time, he lived the life that we’re all told to strive for. He had the 9-5. He had the house. But at some point, he realized he had a lot more…

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