Right, it doesn’t have anything to do with the mobile industry, but i thought you’d like to know, i have this exact lampshade in my breakfast room. Well, at least one thing on this blog will interest my girlfriend.
Sorry for not posting anything yesterday. The app I was going to use on my phone had trouble connecting and the WiFi connection in my hotel room wasn’t working either. *grumble*
Yesterday was a blast! I spent most of the day on the Symbian stand showing off one of our two ScreenPlay demos (I’ll cover it in more detail in a later post). Lots of people came by and seemed to be interested (though I suspect some were just after the coffee!). There were a few bloggers stopping by too – one was from the Mobile Game Developer Magazine which looks like an interesting site for… well… mobile game developers. We also had Norman from Symbian World stop by – another interesting blog worth checking out! I wonder if the AAS boys or some of the blogs.S60.com folk will stop by too – come on guys, you know you want to!
In the evening there was the Symbian party which was excellent. There was plenty of food and drink and music by the Pinker Tones. I would say it was kind of funky electro music, but I’m not too good with the old music genres, so why not judge for yourself? In any case it was a lot of fun and we were dancing away (especially William 😉 ) into the wee hours of the morning.
Right, best be off to the show now.
The crowd stares in wonder at a 3d holo display, touting CSR’s bluetooth tech. Sadly it is pants (the 3D that is, not the tech) and give you a nasty headache. Their embedded eGPS receiver is a much better option. With designer location technology based on GPS algorithms boosted by cellular network positioning, they reckon they have vastly improved signal acquisition and hope to be picked up as a future gps standard. And you don’t have to wear silly glasses either.