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    Developing Windows Phone Apps with the Nokia Imaging SDK Developing Windows Phone Apps with the Nokia Imaging SDK Presentation Transcript

    • Nick Landry Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist, NY Metro Nokia Developer Ambassador & Champion ext-nick.landry@nokia.com @ActiveNick – www.AgeofMobility.com Developing Windows Phone Apps with the Nokia Imaging SDK talk2me Chicago – April 12, 2014
    • Who is ActiveNick? • Senior Technical Evangelist – Microsoft, NY Metro Audience Team • Nokia Developer Ambassador and Champion • Former Microsoft MVP: 2005-2014 – Windows Phone Development • Mobile Publisher – Big Bald Apps: http://www.bigbaldapps.com • Speaker. Blogger. Author. Tweeter. Father. Gamer • 20+ Years of Professional Experience • Specialties: • Mobile Development • Location Intelligence & Geospatial Systems • Data Visualization, HPC, Cloud • Mobile Game Development • Blog: www.AgeofMobility.com • Twitter: @ActiveNick 2005-2014
    • Nokia Internal Use Only MUSIC WINDOWS PHONE USER EXPERIENCE HARDWARE DESIGN & ENGINEERING IMAGING SENSORCORE LUMIA DIFFERENTIATION Get noticed from the crowd LOCATION MUSICSENSORCORE
    • Agenda Nokia Imaging SDK Building Advanced Imaging Apps for Windows Phone Introduction to the Nokia Imaging SDK
    • What is the Nokia Imaging SDK? • Includes more than 50 ready to use image processing filters and effects, with various adjustment parameters • Supports creation of totally custom filters • Accessible from managed and native code • Supports various source types: bitmaps, streams, files and camera viewfinder • Partial JPEG decoding - using RAJPEG technology, access image data without decoding a whole JPEG image for a fast previews, application of effects, rotation, and cropping of high resolution images
    • Cool apps using the SDK Pikura Real-time camera filters One Shot Gigapixel image browser (wiki article) Zooming in a 400MP image Image filters
    • NOKIAIMAGING SDK Makes imaging magic Easy to use, 50+ filters, 1,500+ apps 1.0JUL 2013 Performance enhancements, Lens blur, HDR, Foreground picker 1.1FEB 2014 Easy GIF creation, Local image blend, Even more performance enhancements 1.2APR 2014 BETA
    • WHAT’S NEW IN THE 1.2 (BETA) VERSION? Blend Filter Target Area Image Aligner Animated GIF renderer Low memory custom effects Supports Windows Phone 8.1 Extends Windows 8.1 support to include x64 configuration
    • Overview of Image Filters & Effects
    • List of Filters and Effects I Antique Auto Enhance Auto Levels Blend Blur Brightness Cartoon Color Adjust Color Boost Colorization Color Swap Contrast Crop Curves Despeckle Emboss Exposure Flip
    • List of Filters and Effects II Fog Foundation Frame Free Rotation Grayscale Grayscale Negative Hue Saturation Image Fusion Levels Local Boost Lomo Magic Pen Milky Mirror Mono Color Moonlight Negative Noise
    • List of Filters and Effects III Oily Paint Posterize Sepia Sharpness Sketch Solarize Split Tone Spotlight Stamp Step Rotation Temperature and Tint Vignetting Warp Watercolor White Balance ChromaKey
    • ChromaKey Filter adds transparency to the pixels of a specific color ChromaKey
    • Blend modes Blend mode: Color Burn Blend mode: Color Blend mode: Add 1st image 2nd image
    • HDR Effect
    • Library contains three architectural building blocks: • Image sources (such as bitmaps, streams, files) • Effects (built-in or custom) • Renderers (outputs bitmaps or files) Combining these building blocks, developer creates rendering pipeline Once pipeline is created, it is possible to change filter parameters, or their sequence. IMAGE SOURCE FILTER EFFECTS CARTOON FILTER FOG FILTER … RENDERER GENERAL ARCHITECTURE OVERVIEW Full details in Lumia Developer Library http://developer.nokia.com/resources/library/Lumia/
    • General Overview of Required Steps • Step 1: Include Nokia Imaging SDK Libraries into your project • Step 2: Prepare source image: uncompressed image as WriteableBitmap, AudioVideoCaptureDevice or compressed image as IBuffer, StorageFile • Step 3: Create image source as instance of IImageSource • Step 4: Instantiate and configure one or more effects, chained together • Step 5: Create renderer with associated effect chain and target output • Step 6: Use asynchronous methods RenderAsync in order to generate output • Remember: official documentation is part of the Lumia Developer Library http://developer.nokia.com/resources/library/Lumia/nokia-imaging-sdk.html
    • Nokia Imaging SDK Libraries • Installable via NuGet Package Manager • Make sure that in the Project’s Configuration Manager, there will remain only X86 and ARM platforms. “Any CPU” and “x64” platforms should be removed • Remember: Nokia Imaging SDK library is going to be included into your final XAP file
    • DEMO Hands-On: Taking the SDK into use, Applying filters
    • Interactive Foreground Segmenter
    • Lens Blur
    • DEMO Hands-On: Interactive Foreground Segmenter & Lens Blur
    • DEMO Hands-On: Interactive Foreground Segmenter & Lens Blur
    • ANIMATED GIF RENDERER
    • IMAGE ALIGNER
    • • Create an outstanding imaging app • Win a trip to experience zero gravity • developer.nokia.com/imagin8
    • Nokia Imaging SDK Reference Links • Installation instructions on NuGet • http://www.nuget.org/packages/NokiaImagingSDK • Documentation and Samples • http://developer.nokia.com/lumia/nokia-apis/imaging • Lumia App Labs: Working with high resolution images in Windows Phone 8 • http://developer.nokia.com/lumia/lumia-app-labs#ep14 • Download Sample Nokia Developer Apps on your Windows Phone • Apps built with various Nokia APIs • Source code available on Nokia’s Developer Center • http://www.windowsphone.com/en-US/store/publishers? publisherId=Nokia%2BDeveloper (search the App Store for “Nokia Developer”)
    • //build/ Sessions: Nokia Imaging SDK • Extend your Windows Apps with Nokia SDKs • http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2014/2-659 • All //build/ 2014 sessions available online: • http://channel9.msdn.com/events/build/2014
    • Next Steps… Get Ready to Become a Windows Phone Developer Download the SDK at dev.windowsphone.com Explore the Microsoft samples and start building apps in Visual Studio Learn More About Windows Phone Devvia Official Microsoft Videos Windows Phone 8 Jump Start Training: http://bit.ly/wp8jump Windows Phone 8 Dev for Absolute Beginners: http://bit.ly/wp8devAB Check Out Additional Learning Resources Pluralsight WP Training: www.pluralsight.com/training/Courses#windows-phone Nokia Developer: www.developer.nokia.com Download Additional Resources & Become an Expert Download the Windows Phone Toolkit: phone.codeplex.com Nokia Developer Offers: http://bit.ly/nokiadevoffers 32 1 2 3 4
    • Windows Phone Resources • Nick Landry’s Blog: www.AgeofMobility.com • Nick Landry’s Getting Started Resources: www.ageofmobility.com/?page_id=961 • Windows Phone Developer Blog: blogs.windows.com/windows_phone/b/wpdev • Windows Phone Consumer Blog: blogs.windows.com/windows_phone/b/windowsphone • Nokia WP Wiki: www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/Category:Windows_Phone • Nokia Dvlup Challenges & Rewards: www.dvlup.com • Nokia Conversations Blog: http://conversations.nokia.com • Microsoft App Studio: http://apps.windowsstore.com • Windows Phone Developer Magazine (online via Flipboard): http://flip.it/95YFG • GeekChamp (WP & Win8 dev): www.geekchamp.com • Windows Phone Central (News): www.wpcentral.com
    • Thank You! Slides and demos will be posted on SlideShare (see link below) Let me know how you liked this session. Your feedback is important and appreciated. Slideshare: www.slideshare.net/ActiveNick Blog: www.AgeofMobility.com Twitter: @ActiveNick Mobile Apps: www.bigbaldapps.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/activenick Website: www.mobility42.com Email: ext-nick.landry@nokia.com