Videos tagged with Developers Sandbox


Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: GoAnimate

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: GoAnimate

Posted in Companies

We interviewed GoAnimate at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of using partnering with YouTube. GoAnimate is an video creation platform that lets users easily create animated videos and publish them on YouTube. For more information on developing on YouTube, visit: http://code.google.com/apis/youtubeFor more information on GoAnimate, visit: http://goani...

Tags: Google, Interview, Youtube, Broadcasting, Companies, developers, Developers Sandbox, Google I/0, GoAnimate



Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: DayZipping

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: DayZipping

Posted in Companies, Conferences

We interviewed DayZipping at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10, 2011. They explained to us the benefits of integrating with Google Maps. DayZipping is a website where users can find and share day trips for a variety of popular destinations. For more information about developing on Google Maps, visit: http://code.google.com/googlemaps/For more information on DayZipping, visit: http://www.dayzippi...

Tags: Google, Interview, Google Maps, Broadcasting, Companies, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, DayZipping


Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: HistoryPin

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: HistoryPin

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We interviewed HistoryPin at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10, 2011 and they explained to their new technology and the benefits of integrating with Google Maps. HistoryPin lets you upload historical photos of places onto their respective points on Google Maps, enabling users to see what cities looked like at different points in time.For more information about developing on Google Maps visit: ht...

Tags: Google, Interview, Google Maps, Broadcasting, Companies, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, HistoryPin


Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: MobileASL

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: MobileASL

Posted in Companies, Mobile, Operating Systems, Conferences

We interviewed MobileASL at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 11, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of developing their accessibility applications on the Android platform. MobileASL is a video compression project that aims to make sign language communication on mobile phones a reality.For more information on Accessibility Developers, visit: http://google.com/accessibility/researchFor more ...

Tags: Google, Interview, Android, Accessibility, Broadcasting, Companies, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, MobileASL


Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: Eureka Streams

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: Eureka Streams

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We interviewed Lockheed Martin at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10, 2011 and they demoed their product, Eureka Streams, and explained to us the benefits of using web toolkit to build it. Eureka Streams is a social communication platform built to help individuals in large corporations communicate with each other.For more information on Google Web Toolkit, visit: http://code.google.com/webtoolkit...

Tags: Google, Interview, Broadcasting, Companies, Google Web Toolkit, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, Lockheed Martin, Eureka Streams



Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: VectorUnit

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: VectorUnit

Posted in Companies, Mobile, Operating Systems, Conferences

We interviewed VectorUnit at the Google I/O Sandbox on May 11, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of building for the Android Platform. VectorUnit creates console-quality video games for the Android.For more information on Android developers, visit: http://developers.android.comFor more information on VectorUnit, visit: http://vectorunit.com

Tags: Google, Interview, Android, Broadcasting, Companies, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, VectorUnit


Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: Storify

Google I/O Sandbox Case Study: Storify

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We interviewed Storify in the Google I/O Sandbox on May 10th, 2011 and they explained to us the benefits of integrating their product with YouTube. Storify is a platform that enables users to build stories from the news that gets published on social media and on YouTube. To learn more about YouTube Developers, visit: http://code.google.com/apis/youtubeTo learn more about Storify, visit: http://...

Tags: Google, Interview, Youtube, Broadcasting, Companies, Google I/O, developers, Developers Sandbox, Storify