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29 Oct Posted by in Blog, Demos, News | Comments

Running webinos on your Chrome OS device

We are excited to announce webinos’ support for Chrome OS. This port allows you to easily install webinos on your Chromebooks and Chromeboxes running Google’s Web-centered operating system. As already elaborated by Nick Allott in one of his previous post on this blog [1], it is important to understand that webinos is not a Web-based operating ...

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03 Oct Posted by in Demos | Comments

webinos Demo Series #9: CreativeNotes

Thanks to the innovative platform implemented in webinos project, a new range of applications can be implemented to facilitate the communication and interaction among different devices. Of the different application domains addressed by webinos, for a company like Telefonica, the mobile domain is particularly interesting. Telefonica has identified SMEs (Small & Medium Enterprises) as addresses of ...

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Building webinos in windows

If you are interested in developing the webinos platform, or you are just curious to see what makes the platform tick, you will have to setup a development environment. You can find the detailed how-to tutorials for your operating system in http://developer.webinos.org. If you are working on windows, Charalampos was kind enough to screen capture ...

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Heart Rate Monitor – Sharing data & services with your friends

Heart rate monitors have made their appearance a long time ago, but lately, with the increased number of gadgets carried around by end users, they have become a trend. Lots of mobile phone applications exist that take advantage of heart rate monitor data, combining it with gps data to represent your sporting activities. The main ...

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16 Aug Posted by in Demos | Comments

webinos Enabled Tweeting

Have you ever been in the couch with your tablet pc or smart phone and wanted to tweet about the movie you were watching or post some funny quote that run into your mind but you were too bored to set the context of the tweet? Have you ever thought of taking a picture of ...

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15 Aug Posted by in Blog, Demos | Comments

Air Hockey – WebGL based gaming

Although this game would appear on the first glance to have nothing to do with webinos, it demonstrates really well what webinos is all about. Air Hockey wasn’t written by anyone on the webinos project or even for it. It was written by Rinesh Thomas as a fun way to learn about and play around ...

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webinos Demo Series #8: Zap and Shake – Web based multi screen application

This video uses advanced Non-linear video technology powered by BitTubes and allows you to browse through the video content. Move with your mouse over the highlighted images and text in the video and click on them in order to interact with the content and get further information about the demo. Zap and Shake, the prototype app for ...

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Webinos Demo Series #7: Slide and Share – Seamless Cross Device Media Management

Sharing what you listen to, read, watch, or do across devices and between friends will be seamless using webinos enabled open source technology. With security and privacy built in, users will be able to select what they want from any device and choose the location and device on which to enjoy their books, films and ...

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Webinos Demo Series #6: Air Hockey – WebGL Gaming

WebGL basically makes it possible to extend the capability of the JavaScript programming language to allow it to generate interactive 3D graphics within the web browser. This for example makes it possible to create games with a nice graphic experience using web technologies only. The Air Hockey demo showcases the flexibility with which a game ...

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25 Feb Posted by in Demos | Comments

Webinos Demo Series #5: Beyond Tweeter – Multiple Device Content for Twitter

Imagine if, when you get home, you can fire up your PC and remotely access all your contacts from your phone and tweet the exact screen shot of the TV you are watching. You can now tweet what you can see, hear and experience to all your friends, sharing your experiences and accessing data from ...

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