Join Tammy Coron and Tim Mitra on Episode 105, which was recorded on February 28, 2018. On this episode, they talk with Jacob Ervin. Jacob has been working in mixed and virtual reality for the better part of a decade. It started with webcam-based AR in 2009 and things just escalated from there. These days he can be found working on Occipital’s Bridge headset, supporting indie MR/VR projects and rambling on about the intersection of tech and human perception. If you like listening to Roundabout: Creative Chaos, and you want to know how you can help support the show, please visit our Patreon page at patreon.com/justwritecode. Don’t forget to stick around for the after show! --- This episode is sponsored by raywenderlich.com. raywenderlich.com has been the best place to learn iOS development on the Internet for a long time — over eight years in fact. And now the team at raywenderlich.com is expanding in a big way into Android and Kotlin development, with an avalanche of new Android and Kotlin books, courses, and screencasts! From March 19th to the 30th, you can get access to all the new Android and Kotlin books, courses, and screencasts at a massive thirty-three percent discount. If you’ve been thinking about moving your career ahead with Android and Kotlin development, this is definitely the time to do it. Head on over to store.raywenderlich.com to take advantage of their time-limited Android Avalanche sale, which ends March the 30th.