SVG vector bases, touchscreen enabled, animated, and 3D.js driven front-end, running on an “embedded” Raspberry-Pi that is sampling 21 USB connected skin moisture sensors (each containing an array of 256×300 sample points).
The system is running battery power in a bag pack, carried by the human test subject. De system is hosting a live measurement data as a web service using a Wifi AP hosted by WiFi USB dongle connected to the Raspberry Pi, in connection with the 21 USB connected skin moisture sensors.
System status (including the external battery) can also be monitored through the same web interface (running fullscreen on a iPad).
The skin diagnostics suite bundled with the OBSERV 520. This iPad based skin diagnostics suite uses the Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy (BLE) to communicate with the OBSERV 520 by Sylton, and uses the iPad camera in combination with GPU accelerated image filters to visualise a broad range of skin concerns.
Skin care consultation suite for Point-of-Sale applications using the AVEAL 210/220. An iPad based skin care consultation suite, that combines questioners and measurements (using a bluetooth connected MFi+iAP measurement device), to provide an end-user with a skin type description. The goal is to provide a smooth and fast interface, with intuitive data visualisations.
Your relationships with your colleagues is important! Provide some work delight by getting a round of coffee once in a while (or get some colleague to do it for you).
This application will help you to remember and transport the hot beverage of choice for up-to five colleagues (plus one additional beverage for your self). Make great use of the perfectly flat surface of your own (or the companies) iPad.
The current version provides a width range of hot beverages to choose from:
– Coffee black
– Coffee sugar
– Coffee creamer
– Coffee sugar & cream
– Bean coffee black
– Bean coffee sugar
– Cappuccino sugar
– Espresso sugar
– Chocolate sugar
– Tea sugar
– (Hot) Water
Start using the full office environment potential of your iPad today, and download this application!
Apples reason to not approve the application for the App Store: “We found your app encourages behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device, which is not in compliance with the App Store Review Guidelines.
Specifically, your App encourages the user to transport hot liquids on the device.”
A fun little test setup that uses three (cheap) webcams and a (static) line projector, to measure the outline and curvatures of a human fingernail. Resulting in an Bézier curves based 3D model, that approximates the subjects fingernail.