Project Hawaii: Cloud-Enabled Mobile Computing Project Hawaii offers university students the opportunity to explore how the cloud can enhance mobile devices, especially the increasingly ubiquitous smartphone. Find samples of student-created applications that range from assisting people who are blind or visually impaired to identify their locations and contact other people to enabling individuals with smart phones to contribute to a variety of science research projects by gathering useful information using the sensors on their phones.
For more details see http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/hawaii/applications/
Project Hawaii SDK: Create Mobile Applications—Watch the Video Find out how you can create cloud-enabled mobile applications with the tools and services that are included in the Project Hawaii software development kit (SDK). Arjmand Samuel, research program manager from Microsoft Research Connections, talks about what the SDK contains and how it can be used to develop Windows Phone applications.
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The newly released Project Hawaii Software Development Kit (SDK) 2.0, developed by the Mobility and Research Group, has added four more cloud services to Project Hawaii’s existing line-up, namely:
• Key value pair, which enables the storage of any data in the cloud—easily and quickly
��� Translation, which, well, translates from one language to another
• Text to speech, which does just what its name implies
• Path prediction, which narrows location searches based on the direction of travel
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