If you plan to develop apps using wearables for gaming, you’re about to enter an exciting new field of innovative user experience. This post lets you in on some of the secrets to why HandyGames made a success using SmartWatch 2 as a controller for their mobile game Aces of the Luftwaffe.
A few of you SmartWatch developers out there have recently asked us if it’s possible to use both the Control API and Notification API together in a single extension. The good news is – yes, you can use both of these Smart Extension APIs in a single SmartWatch extension, for any device that supports the Smart Extension APIs with both control and notification, including the SmartWatch 2. Read on to get the full details from Marlin Liew, Developer Technical Services Engineer at Sony, who provides a code example showing how to use both of these APIs in a single project.
Today we kick-off the Stand out from the crowd programme, which is an app search campaign where we’re looking for professional developers with high quality apps that can bring something extra to the Sony experience. As part of the Stand out campaign, we will send out hundreds of devices to selected developers. We will also offer selected developers app promotion in online Sony channels, and at industry tradeshows like CES or Mobile World Congress. Get all the facts in the full post.
Today marks the introduction of the new Sony SmartWatch 2, the world’s first water-resistant smartwatch with one-touch connectivity. Sony SmartWatch 2 is an extension to your Android™ handset, and serves as a multi-functional watch, notifier, Android app interface and phone remote control, all in a sleek, waterproof design. A new SDK version will soon be available, with added support and new features for Sony SmartWatch 2. Read on for the full specs for this new generation smartwatch.