Video game writer/narrative director and VR advocate Rob Yescombe (@robyescombe) joins Matt and Andy to discuss 90s computer games on TV, Gamesmaster with Take That, Oculus Quest, inside-out tracking, parallax, light field cameras, volumetric video capture, Surinder Rattan's The Lick, making the VR whodunit The Invisible Hours and the game RiME. This episode is brought to you by The Great Courses Plus, offering Probably Science listeners a free month of unlimited access by visiting TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/probably
Writer/producer Krister Johnson (@KristerJohnson) joins Matt and Andy to discuss his hilarious new Netflix show Medical Police, God's Pottery, Matt LeBlanc and a very specific accent, virus-naming, radiation-eating fungi, autism and myelin, extreme knitting and walking sharks.
Comedian Ed Salazar (@edasalazar) joins Andy and Matt to talk about the new Goop show, Marianne Williamson's disease theories, yoga scammers, Catholic workouts, Einstein being right again, Mercury retrograde explained, YouTube Wired experts, dorking out on musical intervals, more giant horrendous creepy-crawlies, the upcoming show The Great Debate and koala balls. This episode is brought to you by The Great Courses Plus, offering Probably Science listeners three months of unlimited access for only $30 by visiting TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/probably
Comedian Tiffany Stevenson (@tiffstevenson) joins Matt and Andy to talk about loads of Australian spiders and how to catch them, more drop bear nonsense, Vesuvius turning brains to glass, alcoholic spines, eating too many Australian cakes, Dr. Heimlich and cuttlefish VR.
Alice Fraser (@aliterative, Tea With Alice, The Last Post) sits in as guest co-host for this chat with Comedy Store Players veteran and Whose Line Is It Anyway cast member Richard Vranch (@richardvranch), who more importantly for us is Dr. Richard Vranch, former physicist, for talk about the early days of UK comedy, and his experiments with silicon chips and radiation.