Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category

Smart-phones and the apps that help them see!

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Condition One keeps getting awesome(r)!

The company is announcing today that it has raised $500,000 from Mark Cuban and is embarking on a pilot program with Mercedes, Discovery Communications, XL Recordings, The Guardian and Popular Science.  Popular Science, for example, has created an iPad app with Condition One technology that takes people on a tour of the ATLAS Large Hedron Collider.”  gigaom.com

Also great news for Replayful, we developed the app and it’s core tech! ;)

2012 SXSW ACCELERATOR (and the winner is…)

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Condition One – Winner Mobile Technology.

Just awesome!  A huge congrats to Danfung Dennis, the US team and our very own Replayful engineers. We are definitely going out to accelebrate!!!

“The competition selected 40 finalists out of a pool of 650 companies, which were separated into 8 categories, including innovative Web, Entertainment, Health and Mobile Technologies”.

CLIENT: Condition One

Don’t miss a moment with CutieFace!

Monday, February 27th, 2012

Cool camera/alarm/mnemonic gadget for Android devices we built for the awesome people at Conceptarts! – Publish your photos to Facebook and create your own personal CutieFace album. Take it a step further using the CutieFace movie feature to make virtual slideshows of your child’s growth. Facial Recognition technology identifies your child’s distinct facial features and snaps a perfect photo every time.

CLIENT: Conceptarts

Big Kudos to Condition ONE!

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Congrats to Danfung Dennis and everybody at Condition ONE, the awesome app we developed to allow users to physically control the camera’s perspective in movies by moving their bodies as if they’re holding the camera – a new way to make immersive documentaries!

Winner of “Best Startup in Show” at 2011 LAUNCH Pad.
Finalist at 2012 SXSW Accelerator – Mobile.

Download here

Read more about it:

Vampire Hunting Jules Verne Style

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Check out the awesome “ThirdEye” – a steam-punk styled  - AR game we built for Viewdle!

 

To play the Android-based fantasy/medieval themed game, people hold up the app to a person’s face to determine if they are a Vampire or a Vampire Slayer. Viewdle’s facial recognition technology makes a decision, assessing your inner monster. Based on which side you’re on, you then can look for others to join your clan.

The objective of the game is to build a large army and form alliances with other players while taking out enemies.

People also join a particular warrior family or clan. Viewdle determines if there are others nearby that you can tap to join your growing clan of creatures.

Link to Forbes article

Awesome: SocialCamera free on the Android Market!

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Want to tag photos from your phone? SocialCamera is the only way to tag the mobile photos that you want to send to friends. Download SocialCamera in the Android App market for free!

SocialCamera works with the Android camera, so you can take photos with built-in, instant tagging! It uses Viewdle’s advanced face recognition technology to identify the people you take photos of the most, and tag them for you.

CLIENT: Viewdle Inc.

PRESS: WSJ: A Face Launches 1000 AppsApp of the Day: Viewdle SocialCamera for Android

 

SocialCamera wins 1st prize at CTIA!

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Congrats to Viewdle and Replayful’s Android team! We are proud to have been chosen to design, develop and package Viewdle’s awesome computer vision SDK into the winner app! Social, yes – fun, definitively!


“International CTIA WIRELESS 2011® today announced the Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards winners in mobile applications, mobile consumer electronics, enterprise and vertical markets and network infrastructure”.

Social Networking/Content/Entertainment winners:

-­ First: Viewdle SocialCamera, Viewdle
-­ Second: Muve Music from Cricket, Cricket Communications/Leap Wireless, Int.
-­ Third: Digimarc Discover, Digimarc

“Jon Fortt, technology reporter for CNBC, hosted the awards ceremony on the Exhibit Innovations Stage at International CTIA WIRELESS. Media and industry analysts judged the entries based on innovation, functionality, technological importance, implementation and overall “wow” factor. Many of the awards submissions are on display in the Emerging Technology Zone during International CTIA WIRELESS 2011, and all the submissions may be viewed at www.ctiashow.com/awards.”