Augmented reality is one of the most amazing technologies today. With augmented reality you could add some really futuristic features to you application. Your application could mix reality and virtuality.
Augmented reality application should contain at least 3 main parts:
This week, a number of content creators came together in London for a panel discussion entitled “Keep taking the tablets”. The event, organised by Mobile Monday, took place at Centre Point in the middle of London, but reflected the keen interest in tablet computers around the world. The iPad continues to grab headlines, the BlackBerry Playbook is eagerly anticipated, and the MeeGo tablet user experience was released at Mobile World Congress. David Roth-Ey from book publisher Harper Collins said that from a publisher’s point of view, discovery remains a problem.
The MeeGo alpha tablet UX that Intel exhibited at Mobile World Congress 2011 drew a lot of attention at the time, most of it positive. But when eager developers learned that the code was being kept under wraps, many expressed an understandable disappointment. The discourse on MeeGo mailing lists was civil but nonetheless underscored with frustration. There was even talk of a community fork.
Ron and I just finished up the first revision of the Atom graphics developers guide. You can download it here: /en-us/articles/mobile-graphics-developers-guides
Topics covered include:
- Intel® Atom processor optimizations
- Understanding graphics packaged with Inte®l Atom processor based platforms
- Tools to help optimize and profile game/graphic applications
- Microsoft DirectX* optimizations (most of the focus is on Microsoft Windows* for this revision of the guide)
MeeGo* SDK 1.1 or 1.2 preview does not contain any demo or example program. The demo or example programs in Nokia* Qt SDK can be used.
Here is how to try the existing Qt SDK demo or example program with MeeGo SDK and Intel C++ Compiler for MeeGo*:
Rhonda & I will be hosting a meetup at GDC at the Bin 55 lounge in the Marriott Marquis. We'd like any developers who will be attending GDC to come by and meet us and other AppUp developers. Drop us a note if you're attending. This will be a good opportunity to chat, share stories and have some down time before the Application Lab starts at noon.
Date: March 3rd - 10am to 11:30am