With Layar SDK, developers can implement interactive printing to Android and iOS applications. This kit includes the Layar Vision tool and the Geo Location functionality with the aim to present Augmented Reality to the user. Some of the content supported includes 3D models, animations, HTML widgets, image carousels, and augmented reality videos. The SDK is free for 30 days until a Key is purchased.
At Facebook's annual F8 developer conference, Mark Zuckerberg and other company execs announced an augmented reality platform that recognizes a lot of what's within view of a smartphone's camera. But can that technology be harnessed to deal with crimes like those being broadcast with Facebook Live?
TryPaper, proclaimed a "real cloud printer," allows users to eliminate on premise printing equipment and fully outsource physical printing needs. TryPaper's unique API strategy represents the heart of its value proposition and truly leverages the benefits of cloud computing. Developers can integrate the TryPaper API into existing applications and print directly from the application to a TryPaper print facility.
Picplum launched its photo print sharing service just over one year ago. Now, Picplum wants to broaden its reach by providing the Picplum API to developers across the app world. Over the past year, Picplum has been questioned again and again: