The Google Developers Group in Boston has planned an excellent event for Android and mobile developer community. It will be a fabulous talk by two experts who literally wrote the book on developing Android apps that use a device's built-in sensors. Making Sense of Android sensors by Professional Android Sensor Programming Guys will take place on November 29, 2012.
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A synopsis of Making Sense of Android Sensors follows:
Properly utilizing the sensing capabilities of Android devices is essential for creating an easy to use and amazing app. During this talk Adam Stroud and Greg Milette, Authors of Professional Android Sensor Programming, will show you the code and techniques you need to handle common sensor-related issues.
Specifically, you will learn:
Location Services: The various methods Android uses to provide location information as well and the strengths and weaknesses of each method.
Speech Recognition: How to create accurate speech commands
Physical Sensors: The different physical sensors that are available typical Android devices as well as how to process and make sense of the low-level data they provide.
Audio: How to collect and analyze audio for detection
At the end of the talk, you will have the code and understanding you need to go create amazing apps which use the awesome contextual information provided by real-time sensor data!
For more information or to register, visit the Boston Google Developer Group meetup.