Our app for iOS and watchOS directly sources Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) feeds to let users find bus stops closest to them, receive bus arrival predictions, and receive real time schedule updates.
Building on our interest in voice-based interfaces and natural language processing, we produced two Alexa skills around content which we are passionate about. Amazon Echo users can ask Alexa about the Star Wars universe--galaxies, starships, weapons, and characters--and the world of comic books, and our Star Archives and Comic Book Guide will provide the answers.
Our Mobile Video Platform architecture unifies and streamlines the creation of iOS and Android video apps for live and on-demand experiences. Deliver your video programming where viewers are today--on Smart TVs, over-the-top (OTT) video streaming and connected TV devices like Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV. A modular underlying structure accelerates a more cost effective process and provides interoperability with third-party services.
We’re exploring business use cases for virtual reality, including engaging virtual tours.
We're exploring business use cases for virtual reality, including engaging virtual tours.
We're developing functionalities for our offices with the Amazon Web Service Internet of Things Button.
We use our Flashforge Creator Pro 3D printer to produce a broad range of prototypes and tools that help us in our experiments with emerging technologies.
We created both a haptic compass that buzzes according to the direction of an iPhone and a standalone haptic device to detect iBeacons without the use of a smartphone.
We got a few RadBeacons to play around with, so we integrated them with Slack to create a "check-in" feature that alerts team members via Slack when someone gets into the office.
We created an Alexa skill that integrates with our beacon- and Slack-enabled Mission Data Office app. Staffers can ask the Amazon Echo to identify the specific location of someone in the office. We also created a skill for Alexa to tell our DC staffers which food trucks are outside the office at any given time.
Our latest thoughts, strategies, and not-so-secret missions.