Breathing Life Back Into Retro Games With VR Technology
At Yeti, we build a lot of digital products for businesses. We’ve crafted complex analytics applications, weather crowdsourcing software, and career services platforms. But working on Chelsea Handler: Gotta Go brought out our fun side, and we’ve recently been working on another game prototype: a virtual reality game called Tiny Eye, inspired by a classic childhood game.
Emoji Ticker: An Adventure in Hardware Prototyping
The Project: A few weeks ago, I was put on perhaps the most fun internal project anyone has ever been given in the history of Yeti. The goal? Create an LED ticker that would flash emoji in response to people posting emoji-linked excuses on one of our apps, Chelsea Handler’s Gotta Go! If you’re unfamiliar with this app, the gist is that you can set an “excuse” consisting of texts or phone calls that your phone can pester you with later at a set time.
Product Development: Balancing innovation with stability
Summary: Technological innovation can help streamline projects, but there’s a lot to be aware of when weighing whether to use a traditional approach or jump on a new tech trend.
Building a Web App for Data Visualization
How we built Encompass EKM Metering, designs electricity, gas, and water meters which have the ability to push data into the cloud. With this technology EKM wanted to give their customers a way to see their utility data. Yeti collaborated with EKM to create Encompass, a web app with customizable widgets, that gave customers a versatile way of visualizing and managing their energy data. Here is a look at some of the methods we used to build Encompass.
Rapid Prototyping the Internet of Things: Tools for Wiring
Development for the Internet of Things is more complex than mobile app development. Here’s a summary of how it’s done.