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Captchr: Urban Sync goes Google Android!

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In a mid-term future the Urban Sync multimodal contextual real-world streams could be used for immediate processing of context within mobile Web2.0 applications. For now we have already CAPTCHR.

CAPTCHR is a mobile application based on Google Android. This week Matthias Kaeppler presented his final thesis on the topic of context-aware mobile situated media sharing. The resulting application consists of a server backend and a client to be deployed on the GPhone. We wait for the GPhone…

PS: The slides of his presentation are available online. Check his site and the interest section for the pdf.


Written by urbansync

October 31, 2008 at 2:27 pm

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