Xperia XZs is the latest addition to Sony’s Open Devices program, enabling you to build and flash your own version of Android N on Xperia XZs devices.
You can use our easy-to-follow build guide for instructions on building AOSP for Xperia XZs.
Based on a community request, we created a simple instructional video showing how to download and install the flash tool (EMMA). Watch the video here to learn more about Sony’s Open Device program.
We’re happy to announce that there is a new white paper available for Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor. The Smart Tennis Sensor plugs into the end of a racket handle and allows you to gather tennis data in real time while you are playing. This data is gathered in the Smart Tennis Sensor app, which was recently updated to allow the data to be exported as a CSV file for further analysis and presentation. Find out more about the Smart Tennis Sensor and download the white paper about the CSV file structure here.
Sony presents and invites developers to the new open source project Lumber Mill, a project with the main purpose to act as a Logstash/Beat on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Lumber Mill is useful for developers integrating ELK stack with AWS infrastructure such as Cloudwatch Logs, Kinesis and S3.
The Denver Broncos together with CrowdOptic has developed an technology based upon Sony SmartEyeglass and Sony Cameras. The technology allows the fans to broadcast their line of sight to a flat screen monitor giving them full control over the content displayed.