In addition to their app, GeoPapyrus offers open source developer tools for documenting media and sharing videos, images, and audio with social apps through their Augmented Reality platform in the cloud. The GeoPapyrus Audio Recognition, Image Recognition, and Facial Recognition SDKs allow developers to add multi-faceted media recognition into their iOS app to use for user authentication, or for sharing on social accounts.
Looking for something cool to do but have no idea where to start? A tool like LairOut could be helpful in this situation. It's basically a web-based event directory that allows users to access information on a number of events happening in and around their location. LairOut also provides the LairOut API that allows developers to access this functionality.
Media publishers XO Group hosted Hack Upon a Cause in New York last weekend. ProgrammableWeb spoke with the organizers about how to manage a hackathon aimed at solving real world problems, and checked in with the FullStack Academy winners who learned to code at a bootcamp just four weeks prior to the event.
Tangler, an online network of discussion forums, recently announced their new API. The Tangler service takes traditional discussion forums to a new level, by allowing anyone to easily set up a discussion forum that can grow to include hundreds of topics and thousands of users.