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Zap and Shake, the prototype app for management and navigation of shared media content which made its debut during the public webinos Launch Day, offers an easy and intuitive way of browsing through your files and channels. The application which was created with webinos technology demonstrates an easy way to access and stream seamlessly image, audio and video files from connected devices. In the following video a team from Fraunhofer FOKUS institute presents the technology behind Zap and Shake, going into detail about the diverse functions it offers.
The essence of Zap and Shake is to demonstrate how we can connect the properties of diverse devices (here in particular but not limited to TVs and smartphones), using the webinos platform and complimentary Web technologies.
Our motivation was to create an interactive experience of accessing not only personal media but also broadcast media e.g TV channels on all your personal devices at any time.
Martin Lasak - Fraunhofer FOKUS
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Lasak is a researcher at the Fraunhofer FOKUS Competence Center FAME.
- Future Web Applications
- Secure Mashups
- Cross-Platform Technologies
Martin Lasak studied Computer Science at the Technical University of Berlin (TUB). He received his diploma degree with the completion of his thesis on Privacy and Integrity Preservation in Client-Side Web Mashups at the group of Open Communication Systems (OKS) in 2011. Employed as research associate at the Competence Center Future Applications and Media (FAME) of the Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communications Systems (FOKUS) in Berlin, Martin mainly focuses his research activities on Web Security and Cross-Platform Computing.