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  • 1. History of Mobile Game Development
    Day of Mobile Conference
    Professor Robert Fuentes Jr.
    March 6, 2010
  • 2. Film / Broadcast
    Game Development
    Recording Arts
    VFX / Animation
  • 3. Statue of John Harvardfounder of Harvard University
  • 4. Former Motorola Harvard Facility
  • 5. Java Platform Micro Edition (Java ME)
    Team Lead LWT
    Lightweight Windowing Toolkit
  • 6. Gone with Vinyl RecordsMotorola DynaTac Phone
  • 7. Gone with the 90s LaundryMotorola StarTac
  • 8. Still Being Sold TodayMotorola RAZR V3
  • 9. Mobile Communication Technologies
    CDMA:
    Code Division Multiple Access
    2G: 1995 3G:2000
    FDMA:
    Frequency Division Multiple Access
    Since 1981
    W-CDMA:
    Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
    Since 2001
    TDMA:
    Time Division Multiple Access
    Since 1991
  • 10. Mobile DevicesOperating Systems
    Windows Mobile
    Microsoft
    Originally Pocket PC
    Cocoa
    Application Environment
    Mac OS X – iPhone OS
    Android
    (Google / OHA)
    Modified Linux Kernel
    BREW
    (Qualcomm)
    Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless
    Eclipse
    (IDE)
    Blackberry Java & JME
    Symbian
    S60: Nokia UIQ: Motorola MOAPS: Others
    JME
    (Formerly J2ME)
    Java Micro Edition
  • 11. National & Regional Carriers
  • 12. So you want to be a Video Game Rock Star?
    Source: GameSpot
    Mere Mortals
  • 13. Mobile Game ApplicationsSource: GameSpot
    iPhone
    Generic Mobile
  • 14. Technologies to WatchAugmented Reality
  • 15. Technologies to WatchVirtual Reality Glasses
  • 16. Contact Information
    Professor Robert Fuentes Jr.
    Flashpoint Academy
    28 N. Clark Street
    Chicago, IL 60602
    (312) 506-0613
    Mailto:Robert.Fuentes@flashpointacademy.com