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I Spy... Tiny Eye! A Mobile VR App for Everyone
Virtual Reality Goes Retro with Tiny Eye, a New App from the Creators of Chelsea Handler: Gotta Go San Francisco, CA - May 10, 2016 - Today, San Francisco-based app maker Yeti introduced Tiny Eye, a retro-inspired, smartphone virtual reality game for everyone now available on iOS and Android. The 360-degree VR app is inspired by the classic childhood game, I-Spy, and was conceived as a way to make virtual reality accessible to anyone, with or without a headset.
Prototyping Your First IoT Product? Here’s What to Expect
The Internet of Things (IoT) isn’t just buzz; it’s big business. Connected technology initiatives are making waves at Microsoft, Dell, and SAP, but they’re also cropping up in unexpected everyday places like farmlands, basketball courts, and bicycle races. Before we know it, the IoT will manage our homes, tend our gardens, and even monitor our mailboxes.
New Whitepaper: The “Internet of Things” Will Be Obsolete by 2020
San Francisco, CA - April 26, 2016 - In a new whitepaper, Living, Learning and Working in 2020 with the Internet of Things, San Francisco-based product development and design studio, Yeti LLC, takes a look at how the Internet of Things (IoT) is already impacting five key arenas of everyday life, and how in-development products will continue our march towards a new standard of technology-based living.
VR Is No Gimmick: How Virtual Worlds Will Change Our Reality
Just over 20 years ago, Nintendo debuted the Virtual Boy. Although the device didn’t give us the virtual experience we’d hoped for — and was, in fact, ridiculed at the time for its convoluted controls and cheesy imagery — I still remember playing with the device and feeling like there was something magical about it. That futuristic excitement I felt as a kid has since come to fruition. Although Nintendo charged ahead of its time with the Virtual Boy, it inspired a generation of developers like me to dream about what virtual reality could be.
How to Create an Apple TV App Users Will Love
Apple TV is rapidly becoming a fixture in America’s living rooms. The technology giant’s video platform became its fastest growing hardware way back in 2013, and consumers’ thirst for the product has yet to be slaked. Although Apple didn’t release specific sales figures, CEO Tim Cook called the first quarter of 2016 the “best quarter by far for Apple TV sales.” It’s a boom that hasn’t gone unnoticed by software developers. Just one year after opening Apple TV to developers, Apple boasted that as many as 5,000 apps have made their way to the TV screen, and roughly 5,000 more are slated to debut this year.