Since Electron updated its Chromium version, it has adopted by default the policy of disabling auto-play from Chrome 66. This includes having the user interact with the page before auto-play occurs. This isn’t ideal behaviour for say digital signage where no one interacts with it, or if you have an intro screen video for a […]
The Nintendo 3DS was originally released on February 26, 2011, the 3DS XL came out just over a year later on July 28, 2012 with 90% bigger screens than the original 3DS. I will be reviewing the XL Australian and New Zealand version with Mario Kart 7 pre-installed. Is this the handheld for you? Find […]
Recently me and a few fellow web developers have come across a some strange behaviour with a few websites. The issue is that the scaling on a website is completely blown out. For example what used to be 2 pixels of margin is now 12 pixels.
REM CSS units have been around since Internet Explorer 9, but their real value came with the responsive design movement. The ability to scale a website’s margin, padding, font size etc based off the root HTML font size is a pretty powerful thing, unlike the em which is based off the inherited font size. Using […]
I’m just going to come right out and say it, I think the PlayStation VR (PSVR) is the best overall consumer VR headset out at the moment. In this review I’ll explain how I came to that conclusion.
Today i’ll be reviewing the Lenovo Explorer which is a Windows Mixed reality headset…
I’ve opted for the headset only version, mainly because I will be using it with driving simulators, where steering wheel and pedals is the preferred device. So this review will not be covering the motion controllers.