We’re happy to say that the AOSP device configurations for the Open Devices program have been updated. The new configurations allow for an improved camera in supported devices in the Xperia X series as well as the Xperia Z4 tablet and Xperia Z5. Check out the Open Devices camera video and read more about the improvements made. Make sure to note that this camera is not run on official Sony software.
The Mobile Pico Projector MP-CL1 was launched last month and has quickly become the best selling pico projector on the market. With such a powerful projector just the size of a cell phone, it is interesting to take a look at the technology behind this Mobile Pico Projector. We have reached out to the Mobile Pico Module Engineer, Katsunori Seno, to get some background information about the technology which includes laser light source using Sony’s Laser Beam Scanning technology, HD resolution and Wi-Fi or HDMI connectivity. Later, we also speak to our Developer Advocate, Joakim Elvander, who told us about the different ways he had used the Mobile Pico Projector.
As an app developer, you can retrieve sensor data from SmartBand 2 using standard sets of APIs for Android and iOS platforms. Depending on the platform you are developing for, you can use Sony’s Lifelog API, Google Fit APIs or Apple’s HealthKit. You can then analyse and process the sensor data to provide useful insights and visualizations that can help your users live a healthier lifestyle.