What We’re Reading: Disney “nails” wireless power, iPhone 8 3D camera, Elon Musk’s reading list and much more | Marxent
Expand your mind with these stories as selected by the Marxent staff. This week's haul includes pieces from the New Yorker, The Verge, NY Times, Business Insider and many more.
The In Reality Podcast – Ep. 1: Magic Leap’s bad hype, Microsoft Hololens 3.0 and more | Marxent
Marxent's In Reality Podcast features industry news, commentary, and perspective from AR/VR veterans and experts.
Why I love bad news | Marxent @ Work
It may be hard to admit that something isn’t going as planned, but bad news can have a positive effect when shared quickly and clearly.
Forbes: Have your failed at something? We want to know all about it | Marxent
Technical hiring managers are spilling their secrets to Forbes, and that including Marxent's own Megan Gray.
Creatives unite! It’s cool being the artist in the office | Marxent @ Work
Creatives often thrive in an office. So forget the stereotypes, and check out 4 ways Marxent's creative team copes with professional stress.
This is the story of how I tamed a giant octopus | Marxent @ Work
What do jobs in virtual reality have to do with a giant octopus? It's all in the storytelling.
How We Got Here: Joe Bardi, Senior Content Strategist | Marxent
Joe Bardi is Marxent's resident news-hound, movie critic and frazzled parent who also goes by the official title of Senior Content Strategist.
Realism and lighting: 5 methods for bringing Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality to life | Marxent @ Work
There's more to designing realistic 3D imagery for AR and VR experiences than just seeing the light — you also have to know how to harness it.
How We Got Here: Personal Stories From The AR/VR Trenches | Marxent
Curious about who works at Marxent - and why they work here? "How We Got Here" is a video series that explores the personal stories of Marxent team members. Come meet the team!
Ask more, talk less: Get more out of meetings by leading with questions | Marxent @ Work
Want to get team members talking and move a project forward? It's time to start leading with questions.
You do you: 4 ways to ease the transition into a high-tech career | Marxent @ Work
Finding your way in the tech industry doesn't have to stress you out. Here's four tips on gently easing into your new, high-tech life.
Make mistakes. You might learn something | Marxent @ Work
Overcoming mistakes reveals your true character. The most innovative companies succeed when risk-taking becomes a part of their DNA.
News flash: Meetings aren’t over when they’re over; Use these 3 tips to get more out of meetings | Marxent @ Work
I'm not the biggest fan of meetings, but meetings done right can be powerful for learning, communicating and getting to decisions quickly.
How to be a quality assurance analyst without being an a**hole | Marxent @ Work
It's true that Quality Assurance Analysts spend their days pointing out the flaws of others. It's harder than it sounds! Here are 4 tips on how to QA without being an a**hole.
Cooking with code: Making fudge (I mean delicious software!) at Marxent | Marxent @ Work
Cooking and coding are far more alike than you might believe, as illustrated by this list of 5 things they have in common.
I’m perfect! Only, I’m not: 4 things I’ve learned from teamwork | Marxent @ Work
As a creative, my impulse is to make beautiful things in solitude. I've learned that without the diversity of perspectives that make up a Marxent team, projects can falter.
Be present wherever you are – and 5 more things I’ve learned while traveling for work
I'm no Jack Kerouac, but I had always romanticized business travel. Now that I'm doing it for real, here's what I've learned on how to survive and thrive while traveling for work.
How to know that your job is “the one” | Marxent @ Work
To cultivate a lasting love, as you give of yourself, the people and places that you're committed to should make you a better person and contribute to your personal growth.
California to Dayton: Best move ever? | Marxent @ Work
Native Californian and 3D artist Julius Edraisa found stunning scenery, a warm welcome and a comfortable lifestyle when he landed in Dayton. He's here to stay.