New version of SmartEyeglass SDK v1.2 with Android Studio compatibility

The SmartEyeglass SDK v1.2 is now released with Android Studio support and a simpler installation process. The API Libraries and sample projects are now provided in the Android Studio project structure. Also, the Gradle build system is used to make the development environment setup faster and easier.

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New version of SmartEyeglass SDK v1.2 with Android Studio compatibility

Develop apps for SmartEyeglass with updated SDK featuring improved camera sample project

We have a new release of the SmartEyeglass SDK. This version, SmartEyeglass SDK v1.1, includes minor changes and fixes to sample projects. The SampleCamera project has been simplified for ease of use so you can find camera functionalities much better. If you’re a developer, use this sample project to kick-off development of your camera app for SmartEyeglass.

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Develop apps for SmartEyeglass with updated SDK featuring improved camera sample project

Learn about the SmartEyeglass audio I/O features

Did you know that SmartEyeglass can be used as a Bluetooth headset for the host smartphone or tablet? In our new SmartEyeglass audio I/O guide, published today, you can learn how your app can send and receive audio data with the SmartEyeglass built-in microphone and speaker. This is actually done by using the Android Bluetooth Hands-Free Profile API (Android BT HFP API), much as you would for any standard Bluetooth headset.

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Learn about the SmartEyeglass audio I/O features

Introducing the SmartEyeglass SDK (Developer Preview)

Today we’re proud to announce the SmartEyeglass SDK (Developer Preview) in support of the light-weight SmartEyeglass transparent lens eyewear. The transparent lenses have excellent brightness, allowing information to be superimposed and clearly viewed, in the wearer’s natural field of view. With the launch of the SmartEyeglass SDK (with an emulator included), we hope to give developers an opportunity to start developing apps in the innovative field of in-view augmented reality. This sets the foundation for a varied, exciting ecosystem of experiences to support the product at launch.

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Introducing the SmartEyeglass SDK (Developer Preview)

Introducing the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0 – could you work with our SDK and become a Sony partner?

We’re happy to introduce the release of the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0! This Enterprise SDK contains new features and relevant information required by Sony partners. It’s currently only available to selected Mobile Device Management (MDM) partners, who typically provide solutions for policy enforcement. We’re keen to provide the best MDM solutions and now we’re on the look-out for more potential partners. Could you be one of those? Read on to find out more.

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Introducing the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0 – could you work with our SDK and become a Sony partner?

Discover new ways to grow your apps with the Sony Add-on SDK 2.0

It’s time to take your apps to new heights! Today we’re happy to announce the 2.0 release of the Sony Add-on SDK, where you’ll not only find updates to Smart Extensions APIs to optimise apps for the SmartWatch 2, but you’ll also discover a brand new API that you can use to integrate your own camera applications into the camera app on Sony Xperia™ Z1. Whether you’re looking to enrich your existing app with features to make it more competitive or looking for entirely new avenues of exposure, the Sony Add-on SDK is the place for you to start.

Learn more about what’s new in the latest release of Sony Add-on SDK after the jump.

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Discover new ways to grow your apps with the Sony Add-on SDK 2.0

Use the Motion API to easily develop apps for the new Smart Imaging Stand [SDK+video]

Going with the Xperia Z1, Sony also revealed the new Smart Imaging Stand IPT-DS10M  at IFA in Berlin today. The Smart Imaging Stand pairs with your smartphone through one-touch NFC, and then launches a SmileCatcher app, which automatically follows people’s faces and takes pictures whenever someone smiles. In other words – a perfect party companion! For developers, there is a new experimental Motion API available, which will let you develop innovative new apps for the Smart Imaging Stand. Get all the details in the full post.

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Use the Motion API to easily develop apps for the new Smart Imaging Stand [SDK+video]

Develop apps for SmartWatch & Smart Wireless Headset pro with the new Sony Add-on SDK

You’ve all been able to develop app extensions for SmartWatch and Smart Wireless Headset pro for a while with the old Smart Extension SDK, but now we have replaced this with the new Sony Add-on SDK. So far, hundreds of apps have been created or extended to work with these devices. Read on for a walkthrough of the most useful facts and tips, for those of you looking to develop an app for SmartWatch and Smart Wireless Headset pro with the Sony Add-on SDK (and learn more about the SmartWatch update being released today!).

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Develop apps for SmartWatch & Smart Wireless Headset pro with the new Sony Add-on SDK

Develop app extensions for the “WALKMAN” Music player infinite button with the new Sony add-on SDK

UPDATE: The Music Infinite API is deprecated, and no longer supported in the Sony Add-on SDK. Do you have an app or service around music? Or maybe you run a music store app, an artist information site, an artist oriented app, a fan site or something similar? Then you can develop an app extension for “WALKMAN” music player, using the Music Infinite API available in the Sony Add-on SDK that was launched last week. In the “WALKMAN” music player app, the Infinite button can be used to access related information, content and services about the song or artist currently being played.

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Develop app extensions for the “WALKMAN” Music player infinite button with the new Sony add-on SDK
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