Firstly, I think the search engine for the site could be dramatically improved. I tried to find the Wingnut Chronicles to post to; but came up with nothing to search after more than ten minutes.
@Wingnut - so you see this.
I recall you posting a video by the band Blues Image a few years ago, and thought it was appropriate at the time… but wrote that you might have made a better choice for the message. Now I couldn’t agree more with you. The song talks about a few men who traveled to find others to join them and no one would accept the adventure with them. In retrospect, I found this the same with my choice in pursuing WebGL at the time as no one saw this as the future. Here’s the song again. If you haven’t heard this before, please listen to the message in the words…
At the time I couldn’t get anyone in the professional industry to consider the future and possibilities of WebGL and specifically babylon.js. And at the time, there were just a few of us believers. Now I go to the forum, and I can’t even keep up with the number of people coming into seeing the future of online games and apps. Thus, I really appreciate your insight at the time. I’ve always been a true believer, and appreciate your friendship over these past years.
I’m not certain what the future holds for me personally, as I face many challenges. I might accept a job as Motion Capture Supervisor at Disney Animation in the newly formed virtual reality department, but am not certain if I’ll make it through the next couple of months in order to take on a new challenge. But if I do, I think it’s time to take on the next twenty years of motion capture development as the industry has finally caught up with my work after the past twenty years. So if I can, I think I’ll try and develop the next twenty years as well; as hard as it may be.
I only mention this as you, @Deltakosh, @davrous (where is he now?), @JCPalmer, and so many others (not to mention @Pryme8 - prick… just kidding!) which I haven’t listed have been believers for so many years without much notice. And now babylon.js is coming of age into an accepted professional framework.
So I wanted to give you the props for sharing the vision of what WebGL could become and is shortly to be. Good on you.
Anyway, I didn’t want to create a new topic for this, but again couldn’t find any search parameters for the Wingnut Chronicles. Keep moving forward, and I’ll do my best to keep in touch.