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adrian onsen – : stay hungry, stay foolish : About me Sample Page adrian onsen: stay hungry, stay foolish : Purposely limiting my time My search for the best way to work on my hobbies has taken me through many ways of doing things… Unfortunately, I’m still searching for a more efficient way to do things. Looking back over the past 20 years of projects, I’ve come to notice a few trends. One trend is that my interest in any one project lasts for about 1-4 months. There have been only one I can recall that lasted just over 6 months. Once the honeymoon period passes, I move on. I can’t help it. I’ve tried to change that, but now I’m thinking; why change it? Go along with it. Another trend I’ve noticed is that I tend to keep busy with multiple projects at the same time. This becomes hard to manage and never really dive deeply into any one project. I know what you’re thinking… I’he heard the same advice countless times to only focus on one thing at a time. The challenge for me has been that I never really knew how to do that, or how to even approach only doing one thing/one project. Something clicked today and my thoughts drifted towards this idea of one project at a time. What I should do is limit the amount of time spent on any one project to 1-2 months. That’s the extent of my attention span anyway, so take that time and FULLY dive into that project. Once the time is up, evaluate the project, document what I’ve learned and move on. It doesn’t matter if I failed or could not achieve what I set out to do. Wrap things up, decide on closure and move on. It could be that moving on means doing something totally different, or some sort of continuation. Dragging unfinished projects for years has not done me any favors. Lets see how this new tactic works. I think by breaking things up this way, I will maintain the drive from day to day, and make more progress then how I’ve been tackling projects in the past. adrian April 8, 2017 No Comments Uncategorized CPUs, GPUs and benchmarking Recently bought a GTX 1060 3GB GPU to use with an HTC Vive for VR games. The GPU worked well with an AMD FX-8130 CPU and 8 GB ram. Most games needed the settings to be turned down nearly to their lowest settings to allow the game to run at 90+fps so there would be no hickups in the video in the VR headset. Because of this limitation, I was keeping an eye out for other GPUs, and came across a good deal on a GTX980Ti. Even thought this is one generation old (Maxwell architecture, vs the new Pascal which is what the GTX1060 card is). I bought the card, brought it home, installed it, and saw virtually zero performance improvement in the games I tried. Imagine the disappointment. I just spent a few hundred $$ to gain zero performance ?? Read More adrian April 7, 2017 No Comments Computers, VR Ideas and Passion Learned a lesson recently which I thought I’d document for posterity. I have lots of ideas. We all have lots of ideas. Getting from idea to an actual product that is properly marketed and sold and money being made from it, is a HUGE chasm. An incredible amount of work needs to go into making it. I recently realized that an idea I was perusing died early on because I realized that I wasn’t that thrilled about it. If still feels like a great idea, but I’m not that passionate about it. Lesson 1: – Only follow through on ideas that you are SUPER passionate about. Any less passion will see you stall at the first step of hardship. Lesson 2: – Don’t worry about others stealing your idea. Since it is such a huge labor of love and investment of time and money, nobody else will pull this off. Nobody else will have the same excitement and see the potential of your idea the way that you feel about it. adrian March 27, 2017 No Comments Business Focus, or lack there of Feeling very… No focus this week. There are many projects that i want to work ok but it all feels overwhelming for some reason. Do i need to plan better? Is that what keeps me on track? Identify all small tasks so i don’t have to think when needing something to work on? Maybe the planning is more for the times when focus is list then when all is going well This week so far (it’s tuesday) I’ve been rather scattered brained. Not able to focus, and procrastination is constantly chomping to grab my attention. I have been up late a bunch of nights last weekend, and I think I’m just tired. Regardless of the reason, this gave me an opportunity to reflect on how to deal with these types of situations in the future. How do I manage myself so that when these times do come, I am more prepared to stay on target and avoid procrastination I don’t have answers. Just confusion and disappointment as i can’t figure this out. adrian March 23, 2017 No Comments Uncategorized Future of 360deg video Ever since I bought the HTC Vive, I’ve been very interested in the current methods of capturing moments that can then be re-played back at a future time. There is of course 360deg video, which gives you a flat spherical 2D image/video of the world around the subject at the time of recording. One better is 3D spherical video which gives 2 separate 2D video streams (one for each eye) to give you the feeling of immersion, by providing your brain with depth information due to giving each eye a separate image. And that’s it. Well there’s video games, but that’s not really a recording. Part of the immersion that VR gives you is the ability to see the VR space from your own perspective. Being able to look around is one ingredient to the immersion. Another layer to that is the ability to translate oneself laterally (move around) the environment. I want to record the moment as a three dimensional scan of the environment. Upon playback you are afforded not just 360deg view but also ability to move around the scene to view the moment from different angles. And what if the moment captured wasn’t a snapshot in time, but rather many moments captured sequentially (like the frames of a movie) through which one could navigate and watch from any perspective? This would not be a ‘video’ stream per say, but rather a data stream of three dimensional polygon data that would then be reconstructed at the time of playback. Now the question is, how to accomplish this… …to be continued. adrian March 22, 2017 No Comments VR Server upgrade path I was recently exploring what my options were for upgrading the CPUs of my main server. Currently it’s running dual E5-2670 CPUs, each housing 8 cores (16 threads), 115W max TDP, on an ASRock EP2C602 motherboard. This motherboard will support up to v2 of the LGA2011 cpu socket. The v3 and v4 versions need a new mobo, so my choices are limited to v1 or v2 CPUs. I’ve been using the data from cpubenchmark.net to compare CPU performances. Below are a list of CPUs and their rated performance. To equalize things, I’ve created another column to compare per core performance, which is what games typically care more about. Read More adrian March 14, 2017 No Comments Computers...

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