After backing Muse on Indiegogo I received my brain sensing wearable technology headset. Brain sensing! It doesn’t understand what you are thinking about but it more provides an understanding of the activity of your brain. In the box there is the headset, micro usb cable to charge the headset, a read me book and a legal document.
With the 0.3 release of the structure sensor SDK from Occipital it brings 3D colour scanning to the iPad addon sensor. I scanned a womble toy for which the above image is the model that was sent by email and loaded into meshlab.
In the pursuit of new technologies I backed the Structure.io sensor from Occipital Inc on Kickstarter. Being one of the first 200 hundred devices I got to grips with the device and think that it is a great device and really can allow your applications to reach out into the real world.
This is a list of iOS image filtering, processing, OCR, utilities and helper libraries and frameworks that I have come across for iPhone and iPad development and thought that they may be useful in one places:
1. GPU Image
By Brad Larson, GPUImage is a fantastic fast processing library to apply gpu accelerated filters to both live camera feed, movies or stills. It works on iOS 4 and above. It includes a range of filters such as Sepia, Grayscale, Blur but you can write your own easily.
Last Friday and Saturday, I had the opportunity to join Nissan in Barcelona and get up and close with the Nismo experience, the massive name in virtual and real racing. Right from the airport (after the safety briefing and greetings) we got straight into the Nissan Juke Nismo. Once away from the airport and over towards the mountain passes the Nissan Juke Nismo really showed it’s worth, providing an entertaining and great drive.