Are you interested in experiencing an interactive demo for SmartEyeglass, Sony’s augmented reality eyewear? Want to check out our latest Xperia devices and developer tools in person? If so, visit us at this year’s Droidcon Berlin from June 3-6, and check out all that Sony has to offer developers. Read more after the jump.
At last month’s Embedded Linux Conference, a technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products in San Jose, California, Tim Bird from Sony presented a topic on mainline integration of the Linux kernel. Get a recap of this session, download the presentation, and find out how this relates to our open source activities.
Have you created a theme using the new Theme Creator tool? Before publishing your theme, it’s important to verify that it works on as many devices as possible. With the Remote Device Lab (beta), which is a free web service, you can test your theme on real Xperia devices in order to it for a variety of different screen sizes, densities, and resolutions.
As of tomorrow, on March 27, SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 will be available for sale in ten different countries. SmartEyeglass Developer Edition, first announced on February 17, is a binocular display enabling true augmented reality and unique hands-free use cases. Thanks to Sony’s unique holographic waveguide technology, SmartEyeglass comes with super-thin augmented reality lenses with high transparency and excellent brightness. Buy SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 through Developer World as of tomorrow.
In October last year we launched Sony’s Remote Device Lab (beta), a free web service that allows you to test and verify your app on real Xperia devices. After each session the devices are factory reset, which means that you can safely try out your app on a variety of devices with different specifications. If you haven’t done so already, head over to Remote Device Lab (beta) to try it out. Read on to learn more about this service.
If you’ve got an AOSP build issue, a question about custom ROMs, or you just want to help other community developers using open devices, we now have a forum available for these topics. The Open Devices community is where you can discuss open source issues, and ask (or answer) open device development-related questions. Read more after the jump.
The city of Natori in Japan was severely damaged by the tsunami following the big earthquake in 2011. To share some hope to this city struck by hardship, students at the Miyagi Nogyo High School came up with the idea of the Natori AR Hope Tour, which took place last weekend. During this tour, visitors to the ongoing UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction got to experience the past and present of Natori city by using SmartEyeglass and a custom made augmented reality (AR) app.
Today we’re updating the Lifelog API with two new guides, which can help you turn data into valuable insight for your users. With these new guides, you can now learn how to calculate daily totals from the values returned from the API, and how to turn energy expenditure data into calories burned.