Neil Schneider's Expert Blogs
Cross-platform development is based on a Boogle House foundation that is beginning to creak from age, stress, and limits reached. In part two of this series, Neil Schneider highlights the risks in action and possible solutions.
Cross-platform development is based on a Boogle House foundation that is beginning to creak from age and reaching its limit. In part one of this series, Neil Schneider demonstrates some of its challenges through one of the ecosystem's biggest successes.
Last November, TIFCA held it's ecosystem summit to kick off the Client-to-Cloud Revolution - the journey to the next era of computing. Part of this development is a Create Once, Reach All (CORA) mechanism for content developers. Here is our progress!
Using Google Stadia and Nvidia Geforce Now as building points, Neil Schneider highlights opportunities for getting more game developers on board with the client-cloud industry. Supplemented with a new ecosystem report accessible by all.
Computing is heading towards an era of any place, any time, and any device user experiences with information delivered through write-once reach-many content and applications across all platforms. Neil discusses the choice the industry is facing.
Using cloud gaming as a backdrop, Neil Schneider discusses the double entendre of the Client-to-Cloud Revolution and what the ramifications are for the next era of computing and its related ecosystems.
As a follow-up to "Grasping the Client-to-Cloud Revolution", Neil Schneider discusses the innovations and market breakthroughs he sees in store for content creators and technology makers in this developing next era of computing.
Google Stadia, XBOX's Project xCloud, Bethesda's Orion technology, and more are just scratching the surface of what's to come. Neil Schneider, Executive Director of TIFCA, shares his insights on where things are heading in the future computing world.
â€œThe History of The Futureâ€ by Blake Harris covers the history of Oculus and the early beginnings of modern VR. As Founder of Meant to be Seen, the launch point of Oculus, Neil Schneider talks about the amazing ramifications of what was achieved.
Brian Merchant from Gizmodo gave factually poignant coverage of Leap Con. This resulted in a eureka moment which defined what Magic Leap and products like it are about, what they deliver, and what their futures are through three critical words.