June 16, 2014 · 7:00 PM
Two Android stack talks: HTC's Dual Lens SDK + Chromecast
** Late start. Room busy till 6:30pm. We can't enter till 6:45p. We are in the Park View Conf room opposite PCC Natural Markets - Fremont **
Android and Depth Map Image effects with the HTC Dual Lens SDK w/ Dario
Image processing has come of age on the Android platform. With recent developments from Google's Project Tango and the latest update to Google's Camera app to the first commercially available Android phone to feature depth map based image processing using the new HTC One M8's dual lens camera technology. In this talk, a review of the basic principles of image processing with 3D depth information will be presented with an introductions to the HTC Dual Lens SDK with code sample walk through.
Dario is a Sr. Developer Evangelist at HTC and co-organizer of the NYC-GDG, NYC Java and NY Android meetups. With 20+ years development experience and author of a Java book on robotics, his recent interests include wearables and the Internet of Things, "Android and Devices".
Chromecast Sender / Receiver w/ Yenchi
Google Cast is a technology that enables multi-screen experiences and lets a user send and control content like video from a small computing device like a phone, tablet, or laptop to a large display device like a television. The sender may be a phone or tablet running on Android or iOS, or it may be a laptop computer running Chrome. A sender application running on the sender device uses the Google Cast API for the appropriate platform to discover and communicate with the receiver application running on the receiver device.The receiver API lets you customize the messaging between the sender and receiver applications for authentication and other scenarios
Yenchi is Sr Android Developer with Nuance Communications and co-organizer of the Seattle-GDG.
Our monthly GDG meeting:
7:00: Networking & Pizza
7:15: First talk
8:00: Second talk