Introduzione al dispositivo e alla user experience. Sviluppo pratico passo per passo di una semplice applicazione Android per Google Glass con spiegazione dettagliata delle API utilizzate e della struttura del progetto.
Salvatore si avvicina allo sviluppo Android durante l’università e sviluppa la versione dell’applicazione Soundtracker per Google Glass come tesi, lavorandoci per i mesi successivi fino al rilascio ufficiale. Appassionato di wearables e dispositivi Android.
Roberto, invece, tratterà di infrastruttura cloud connessa ai servizi resi disponibili di Amazon Web Service ed altre piattaforme.
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iOS 8 has arrived. Soundtracker plays nicely the newest mobile OS from Apple.
Soundtracker rocks on the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Download Soundtracker 7.0 and enjoy the latest features:
Proximity: Broadcast your stations or tune into others live stations nearby
Live chat: Instant chat for a real On-Air experience
Track autodiscovery: Discover any music track played around you, play it on youtube, check artist infos and create stations on Soundtracker
Real-time Nearby Listening and Live Broadcasting for a Truly On-Air Experience
Soundtracker dramatically changes the way we listen to music with people nearby. Thanks to the implementation of the Proximal API from The Wireless Registry you can now live broadcast your stations on Soundtracker or tune into the stations users nearby users.
By doing this, you will actually listen to the same music in real time with anyone around you streaming from Soundtracker frequencies! Proximity enables the initial aim of Soundtracker - to listen to music live, with people nearby, and in real time.
Live Users and Live Broadcasting
In order to provide a complete live experience in support of the proximity feature, Soundtracker implemented a live, real-time chatting service to let you interact with other proximal users while listening to the same music.
Simply say “Ok glass, listen to,” followed by “Nearby Stations”, “Trendy Stations” or “Worldwide Stations” and enjoy!
The Soundtracker Development and Design team worked closely with the Glass team to bring to the market the app for Google Glass allowing users to listen to music based on their location.
Wear your Glass and get to know what’s trendy around in your neighborhood, what people are listening to close to your workplace and get to know what is being played around the world.
With Soundtracker you can discover music through your eyes: look around you and you will find music station lighten up by other glass explorers and music lovers.
Get the app for your Glass!
Where is Jazz listened to? Which is the Italian region that sound more like Jazz?
Check it out in this interactive map made up with Soundtracker data!