teaching machines

Tom Statz :: MobileWeb

For this assignment I used jQuery and PhoneGap to make an app that uses the GPS to find and display your current coordinates.  I wasn’t able to get the GPS to work on the emulator, it just times out, but it seems to be a problem a lot of others have too.  I haven’t been […]

Web API :: Matthew Mitchell

With the exception of the final Sphero project, I am finally DONE with coding for Android. It’s been sweet, and I’ve learned a lot, but the biggest thing I’ve taken away from the class is how mobile applications work differently than desktop applications. You’re much more at the mercy of the SDK. So, nothing against […]

Mobile Web :: Becky Sippert

For my mobile web assignment, I created the PhoneFarm app, which is a simple app that’s targeted towards children. It’s a guessing game that plays a farm animal noise, and then gives 3 options for what animal makes the noise played. There are 6 animals total, and on the last page, the “quiz” is graded, […]

Mobile Web-Cameron Bjorklund

So for my Mobile Web assignment…. I had no more creativity left in my brain after the other mobile assignments, so as a warning, my mobile web assignment is super simple. When you load up my app, the user is greeted with an instruction page (dialogue page) that tells them to click the “take a […]

Chris Sippel :: Mobile Web

For my assignment I decided to make an app that would allow your phone to make screaming sound while you shook it or rocket sounds if you decided to throw it. So what I needed it to do was play a sound when it registered a certain amount of acceleration from. The app allows you to […]

Mobile Web

For this assignment, I created a very simple number guessing game. The user can either type a number, or use the buttons (in a control group) to quickly increment or decrement their guess. Then they hit guess (with a custom star icon on the button), and gets some feedback. If their guess was correct, the phone will […]

Blender Elephant

CS 491 Lecture 22 – Using GPS

Before class A Before we meet: Watch http://youtu.be/C7IQ9tV2FAI. Skim http://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/PendingIntent.html. Skim http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/ui/notifiers/notifications.html. B Before we meet: Watch http://youtu.be/OPFCxdD-SeA. Read http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/location/strategies.html. In class Write an Are We There Yet? app. Keep these in mind: Create a Google APIs AVD. Register a location as a destination. You choose the mechanism for performing this registration. Geocoding would be awesome. Listen for location updates. […]

Nogramming: Landon Burlingham

For my Nogramming assignment I decided to build a 3D virtual android in Minecraft. I recently have picked up playing Minecraft again because I needed to just sit down and relax from the everyday world and create my own world. So here it is… My Android! It may not be the best looking Android, but it […]

Spider Model

It is a model of a spider:    

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