Device Wall: A second screen experiment.
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Wednesday 1st of April 2015
Recently Pivotal Labs decided to push mobile devices to the limit by connecting multiple devices to one other in order to have them behave as one. Through the use of image recognition, optical character recognition, persistent low cost connections and a whole lot of ingenuity Pivotal Labs was able to put together an innovative and unique experience. Below, we have collected all the accounts of the key individuals involved in bringing to life this piece of innovation and technology.
Android Device Screen Sizes
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Wednesday 12th of June 2013
This page is a compliment to the Screen Size Android application. The client code can be found on github as well as the server code that receives and displays the data. You can also use the following api call to pull the full set of data down.
Canada TV
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Sunday 25th of December 2011
See the results of my initial work with Google TV. This Application allows Google TV users in Canada to access their TV schedules.
Little Droid Creator
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Sunday 25th of December 2011
Little Droid Creator was designed to showcase the dynamic engine on which it runs. This document will first describe at a high level what the game offers then we will dig down into the technical aspects of the program and talk about how it offers the high level aspects
Little Droid Physics
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Sunday 25th of December 2011
The idea behind droid physics was to offer a simple physics environment that would aid early high school students to understand some of the properties of physics. In particular, acceleration, projectile motion and Friction.
Twitter Reader
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Thursday 22nd of December 2011
Twitter Reader was built as a part of the Android Tutorial. It searches twitter for key words using the Twitter search API.
Star Fighter (JavaScript)
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Wednesday 1st of December 2010
StarFighter (JavaScript) available online for first time. This game was designed to show case the web development knowledge I had acquired while working with Visibli. One of the things to note is the async loop class. It demostrates how scope and threading works in JavaScript.