How... Do you know?

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  • 1. How ... Do you know ... Aleksandra Gavrilovska 2012-04-02
  • 2. How to open a presentation •  Get in touch with the audience •  tell a joke •  30 sec
  • 3. Do you know me? •  Senior software developer at Netcetera •  iOS applications •  not a geek, not a hipster •  passionate about life
  • 4. Sharing is caring
  • 5. Do you know how many we are? • In 2011 •  USA - 1336300 •  UK - 333000 •  Canada - 387000 •  Japan - 1016929 source: http://tinyurl.com/czqfpes
  • 6. Do you know that ... •  in 2012 you still have to do backup? •  Codebase for a project is typically stored in a source control repository •  CVS, SVN •  GIT
  • 7. Do you know thatYou have to read books?
  • 8. How to use command line tools? •  Software development tools are packed in the form of IDEs •  Eclipse, Microsoft Visual Studio, xCode •  Easy to use •  The programmer is not thinking in details about the build process •  It is a magic: click a button and an executable will appear in the project folder •  Write your own make file
  • 9. http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/infographic-60-seconds-of- statistics-on-the-internet/
  • 10. How fast is mobile internet growing? http://www.digitalbuzzblog.com/2011-mobile-statistics-stats-facts-marketing-infographic/
  • 11. Do you know the top smartphone OS in 2011? Worldwide smartphone market, by OS http://mobithinking.com/mobile-marketing-tools/latest-mobile-stats http://mobithinking.com/blog/nokia-drops-symbian
  • 12. Mobile applications •  300000 + application on the market •  1 of 4 is used only once •  29 billion + apps downloaded •  average price is falling •  $7.3 billion revenue in 2011 •  $36.7 billion revenue in 2015
  • 13. Source: Nielsen
  • 14. Mobile payment •  Japan •  Sony s contactless smart card technology FeliCa
  • 15. Do you know what NFC is? •  Near field communication •  set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into close proximity, usually no more than a few centimeters
  • 16. How NFC can be used? •  NFC devices can be used in contactless payment systems •  : MasterCard PayPass transactions
  • 17. How NFC can be used? •  Due to short transmission range, NFC-based transactions are possibly secure •  Instant payments and coupon delivery using your handset, as we do with your credit card or debit card •  Exchange of information such as schedules, maps, business card and coupon delivery in a few hundred milliseconds •  Pay for items just by waving your phone over the NFC capable devices •  Transferring images, posters for displaying and printing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near_field_communication
  • 18. Do you know thatsmartphones can get malware? •  2,500 different types of mobile malware in 2010 •  only 4% of tablets and smartphones shipped in 2010 had security software installed •  Android is most susceptible to accelerating malware •  Fake installers - paying for pirated versions of apps that are free •  Spyware and SMS Trojans •  http://www.technolog.msnbc.msn.com/technology/technolog/ smart-phone-malware-six-worst-offenders-125248
  • 19. http://www.checkcity.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Facebook-IPO.jpg
  • 20. How to use Facebook Connect •  Over 425 million users access Facebook from a mobile device every month. Facebook Platform lets you bring these users and their friends to your mobile apps, creating a more engaging and personalized experience for your users
  • 21. How to use Facebook Connect •  https://developers.facebook.com •  iOS Native Apps •  Android Native Apps •  Single sign-on
  • 22. Facebook Zodiac
  • 23. Facebook Zodiac
  • 24. Do you know what Social Login is? http://blog.3dcart.com/
  • 25. EASTERN EUROPEAN MOBILE MONDAY Bucharest, Romania
  • 26. Do you know whatAugmented Reality is? •  augment •  to increase in size or number •  to add to •  reality •  Use technology to add to our reality
  • 27. Do you know whatAugmented Reality is? •  Any technology that lets you view digital information within a useful context in the real world •  Viewing first-down and offsides lines while watching sports on television is a very basic form of augmented reality
  • 28. What do we need •  Three components •  Camera or display that will bring the reality •  Added information •  Software or system to bring all together
  • 29. http://www.commoncraft.com/video/augmented-reality
  • 30. Layar: The Company •  World s largest mobile augmented reality platform •  Android, iPhone, Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows 7 devices •  More than 10M installs •  9000 developer •  2500 layers
  • 31. Layar Vision: Get more•  Location-based layers AR out of •  find nearby locations, including cafés, shops and other businesses, as well as historical locations and monuments •  With other layers users can •  play games within their environment •  browse for clothes in a 360-degree virtual shop •  view artwork placed digitally into the real world
  • 32. Layar Vision: Get more out of AR •  enables the creation of layers and applications that recognize real world objects and display digital experiences on top of them •  visual triggers, like magazines, posters and newspapers
  • 33. http://youtu.be/AsD0DuPT1GI
  • 34. How it works - developer •  Developer uploads reference images of the objects to be recognized, via the Layar Publishing Site •  Each reference image will get a unique ID •  When developing a layer, the developer can use these IDs to create the desired AR experience, by associating augments to the reference image IDs •  Each image is analyzed for its unique fingerprint which is uploaded to the client with the layer with the layer"
  • 35. How it works - user •  When a user opens a Layar Vision layer, the image fingerprints corresponding to the reference image IDs for that layer will be loaded to the client •  The user can receive hints about augmented objects (configurable by the developer) •  When an object is detected and tracked, the associated augment is fetched from the server and rendered on top of the object
  • 36. Enable Layar Vision
  • 37. Making Layers •  Do it yourself •  Become a Developer •  layar.com/development •  Wiki or Support from Layar •  Use Layar Creation Tools •  buildAR, Poistr, Poiz, VISAR, PorPOIse •  Hire a Layar Developer
  • 38. "I spend most of my time studying new technologies. My main task is to understand whats going on and try to see where we can fit in." " " Carlos Slimhttp://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/climbing-wall-singapore/
  • 39. Thank You.Questions?