TLDR I created an Augmented Reality Resume Prototype using ARKit on iOS. The app looks for a pre-determined resume and displays a UX in Augmented Reality that lets you view additional content about each role. The Prototype I’ve always had a fascination with Augmented Reality, and I’ve spent some time thinking about some ideal use’s cases for it. I was inspired by Oscar … [Read more...] about Augmented Reality Resume using ARKit on iOS
TLDR Apple and Google are creating interfaces that allow app developers to use the Bluetooth on your cellphone to anonymously track people you’ve been in proximity too, and to notify those people that you’re in proximity to them. Users can then self-report positive COVID-19 diagnosis, and your phone would check to see if you’ve been exposed to those users. Uptake of … [Read more...] about A Synopsis Of Apple And Googles Contact Tracing APIs
This years Google I/O saw the introduction of Google Home, a voice powered assistant device aimed at competing with Amazon Echo and Alexa. In a competitive world I started thinking “What Will It Take for Google Home to Be a Success?” Like Echo and the Alexa technology behind it, Google Home represents an ambitious effort to bring a voice interface into our lives. For … [Read more...] about What Will It Take for Google Home to Be a Success?
I grew up watching a lot of Sci Fi. The type of Sci Fi where people had communication devices and computers as watches, and every new variation on that theme sparked my envy. Thus it should comes as no big surprise that I bought an Apple Watch. My Apple Watch however was not my first foray in the world of smartwatches. I’ve had a Pebble for about a year and a half and I … [Read more...] about I Bought an Apple Watch but My Pebble Still Has a Spot on My Wrist
Google’s Santa Tracker Codelab is an extremely simple way to teach kids how to code, and honestly it’s the easiest and most beautiful way I’ve seen yet. The Codelab consists of 10 challenges that slightly increase in difficulty as you go on. These challenges have you moving an Elf through a maze to find a holiday present. Which is a pretty genius way to pull students … [Read more...] about Google’s Santa Tracker Codelab Is an Extremely Simple Way to Teach Kids How to Code