My second talk last week at the Mobile Tech Conference in Munich was about Google Glass. At hybris, we've explored the two main ways to get content onto Glass - using the Mirror API and also native Apps using the Glass Development Kit (GDK). Of course we've been applying our... read more →
This is a presentation I gave at the Mobile Tech Conference last week - it was very well attended, the topic seems to be getting more and more attention. From labs, we're working on a few IoT applications in the retail and commerce space, too early to talk and write... read more →
While our travel planning for the hybris Labs Roadhow (I guess one can call it like that) is underway, we'll next be at the MobileTechCon in Berlin. To be exact, this is only me - Sven - and I'll be in Berlin for September 3rd and 4th. At MobileTechCon I'll... read more →
We've exciting news! Our litle innovation labs team will be going to the CultureTECH conference. In fact, we hope to ship the physical gaming frontends that I described in my previous posts this afternoon so they are in Ireland once we arrive at the end of next week. For the... read more →
Thx all for coming to my session about gesture-controlled web apps yesterday at Jax Conference 2013. I've put together a few links that you might find interesting. Again thx a lot ot Arne Limburg for being my human test object for all funky gestures that we tried out. I especially... read more →
Here we go, this is the link to the OAuth2 presentation. The sample code that I used during the conference is part of a small web app that I can make available upon request.
The Mobile Tech Conference currently happens in Munich and I just wanted to quickly announce our sessions. This morning, I'll talk about OAuth2. Then later in the afternoon I'll have a session about one of our prototypes around Interactive Window Shopping. I will post the presentations to the blog tomorrow.... read more →
For the first time, hybris will be hosting the Munich Android Meetup. Check the event details over at Google Plus. Currently, 3 sessions are planned: Google Maps Android API v2 (Marc Reichelt) Clean Code - Android Edition (Sebastian Kaspari) Ingress - Short Intro (Markus Junginger) We'll have beer and pizza,... read more →