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Lance Thornblad's Blog


I've been involved in game development for over twenty years.  Most of that time has been spent either making art or creating processes to simplify getting art into games.

Recently, I've formed a small startup to make technology that I want to use.  Please feel free to check out the links below, if you'd like to know more.


Lance Thornblad's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 06/26/2015 - 08:17]

I 'm glad you 're ...

I 'm glad you 're taking the gamble. I haven 't bought an Oculus, personally, because I 'm holding out for a Vive. This sounds like the kind of game that really takes advantage of VR 's strengths, and I know that Oculus owners are itching for more good games ...

Comment In: [News - 06/11/2015 - 02:29]

Yes, it is a bit ...

Yes, it is a bit over-hyped. When I first heard of the two billion dollar sale to Facebook, my first thought was that they had overestimated. However, I disagree that this is comparable to a Virtua Boy. I believe that it is non-game products that will drive sales. They will ...

Comment In: [News - 11/04/2014 - 12:55]

I 've also tried the ...

I 've also tried the Leap Motion and I agree with the top post. The issues are ones that I think could be addressed by a headset that was designed with hand tracking in mind from the outset. The Leap Motion loses track because it needs more eyes.

Comment In: [News - 10/28/2014 - 06:25]

I think they could get ...

I think they could get to those high numbers if the range of the device was extended to the size of a room and the Leap Motion technology was integrated directly with some improvements . I can imagine a large number of applications, both for entertainment and otherwise. As always, ...

Comment In: [Blog - 10/15/2014 - 02:02]

I 'm going to quote ...

I 'm going to quote Kevin below, Get on with it already I think that is a prevalent attitude among trailer watchers. We want to see just enough to get us interested without spoiling it too much.

Comment In: [News - 10/09/2014 - 06:13]

I think it 's commendable ...

I think it 's commendable that they are trying to retain employees, but it is hard to believe that skilled people are not being utilized. There is always, always, work to do Is there not a single process or task that can be made simpler or better documented