A Tease of Palmer’s Next Project
Palmer, what is the technology you currently are the most paying attention to?
Of course its VR!
I thought so [laughs]. Within it is there any branch you specifically pay more attention to?
[After worrying for a while] I can’t say anything at the moment. The only thing I can say is that I am trying to once more change VR.
That sounds very impressive. I am looking forward to finding out what exactly it is. For the last question, are you going to visit [the anime festival] Machi Asobi again? And when are you going to come to Japan again?
If I can connect it with Unite [Unity’s developer conference] and other events I definitely will go to Machi Asobi again next year. The next time I will be in Japan will most likely be around the time of the Tokyo Game Show. I think I want to visit Japan more often, as I said in the beginning of this interview; I am devoted to my work. Coming to Japan primarily is for me to have fun… I said I want to increase the frequency of my visits, but I won’t be able work much, it is a shame that this conflict exists within me. I have thought about living in Japan and supporting the Japanese VR community full time. Although I could not do it due to various circumstances, I still am thinking about supporting the Japanese VR developer community in some way.
Tokyo Indie Festでパルマーがガンナーオブドラグーンを遊んだ時の様子です。敵を一掃してセルフ拍手 pic.twitter.com/BgTdXDOyDZ
— 野生の男 (@yasei_no_otoko) May 18, 2017
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More From ‘Palmer’s Post-Oculus Interview’ Series:
- Part 1: VR’s Mobile Future, Facebook, and Cosplay
- Part 2: Virtual Relationships, Sleeping Under a Bridge, & His Next Project
This article comes from MoguraVR, the exclusive Japan regional partner of Road to VR.