One of the original supporters of this phase of VR adoption - a talented member of the VR community who offered much support in allowing many new entrants to VR benefit from his wisdom. He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed - our condolences to his family and friends.
There probably aren't that many people on the planet that haven't been affected by cancer in one way or another. Thoughts to his friends and family.
Reminds me to mention that I've started on my game again and as long as Oculus are up for it I'm planning on giving all of the proceeds (including the 30% cut that Oculus will be getting) to a cancer charity of some sort.
Not sure which one yet, I was originally thinking about Cancer Research UK because they do more research than any other cancer charity but I'm worried that people not from the UK will get the hump because it's a UK charity.
Any suggestions will be very much appreciated. I was thinking about the Macmillan charity but not sure if they're UK only or are a worldwide thing?