You will Control your mobile using gestures | Next level of interface

We all are well aware about 2d and 3d dimensions since our school-days. And in today’s scenario we are able to interact with mobile phones and other smart devices using gestures with our hands and fingers. In three dimensions we can make the digital world look like the real one.

In many Hollywood films we have already come across this concept and believe me this technology has make the dream of directors come true. Simple concept behind this interface is width, height, depth — as we know the world is three-dimensional. So why are almost all interactions with mobile devices based on two dimensions only? Some well-known IT companies have already worked on this technology and we have some greatest examples of Virtual Reality.

Touchscreens have made it a lot easier to interact, but as new devices such as smart watches and virtual reality glasses has turned up, we are not content with two dimensions only. We want to interact with our surrounding world in 3D as well.

The applications are many and diverse — virtual and (VR and AR), medical settings, robotics, e-learning, 3D games and much more. To be able to analyse in real-time the movements of the hands and individual fingers, however, requires both high capacity and high intelligence of the system that is to handle this. It involves large amount of data and advanced analysis, especially when the system needs to track the movements of multiple hands simultaneously. Apart from this we already have some android apps that interact with sensors and provide very basic level of interface.

In my opinion one key issue is how we can develop and use new techniques for the analysis of so-called Big Data to analyze gestures and movements. Likewise, how we can integrate them with solutions that already exist for computer vision and pattern recognition, to tackle the high degrees of freedom 3D gesture analysis. Being an active adopter of technology we have worked on GPS based Augmented Reality mobile application for our client. With the help of this app user can socialize with people via GPS based tracking through a live camera feed application. By virtue of this application we have tried to enhance the experience of the user at their respective localities and we work on more projects based on AR and our developers make it possible for our clients. You can see our work on this link https://www.cdnsol.com/our-work

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World Top major banks now offer Pay integration in their android mobile apps

As an experienced software developer, in a reputed IT Outsourcing company, CDN Solutions Group, I am always looking forward for every adoption of technology and science. I recently read this Google latest update of Android pay integration in Mobile Apps.

In 2017 Android Pay is Google’s latest updation in mobile payments network, updating the old Google Wallet for most of the day to day functions. Unlike Google Wallet did in the past, Android Pay is working in association with world’s top major banks and card issuers to make it super easy and secure to make payments with your credit cards in any stores that have NFC payment terminals.

Bank of America, Discover, and USAA are among the first US-based banks that offer Android Pay Integration feature. Billions of Android users can take advantage of this integration. In previous month Google has announced that some mobile banking apps will offer built-in Android Pay integration features in next few months.

Android-Pay-Integration

If you are a customer of one of these banks and want to enable this feature, so you can easily add cards to Android Pay from your mobile banking app with just the click of a button with two steps.
1. Enter an Android Pay Setup
2. Manage your cards

After completing two steps process, your card is attached and you can use your phone to tap and pay at millions of stores very easily and wherever you see the Android Pay button in your favorite apps and on the mobile web. After each successful transaction Android Pay will also send you a notification.In the Google’s official blog, Google has explained why it added this functionality:

This latest collaboration with banks expands Android Pay’s capabilities as an open platform and moves us closer toward our goal of empowering mobile payments everywhere. We’re continuing to integrate with additional mobile banking apps, so look for updates from your bank about this new feature.”

Google just want to makes this integration very simple and secure for android users, So users don’t need to have Android Pay downloaded to your device to use Android Pay. The preceding banks will offer the NFC-reliant ability within their apps. All you have to do is select your default payment card and enjoy shopping with safe and secure way of transaction.

So, isn’t it exciting and new! Try that and let us know your views in the comment box below.

Apps For The Deaf And Hearing Impaired|CDN Software Solutions

Every day the Iphone is helping people live better lives. We developed some amazing apps that are focused on helping those who are deaf or hard of hearing communicate, network, and enjoy entertainment more. As a 17+ year experienced web development & IT Software solutions company we are proud of our work. We developed these apps using the very trending Internet of Things technology.

IoT: A revolution for disabled people…

IOT

The idea for this app is to help the deaf and hearing impaired with their day-to-day activities. This is done by alerting them for events that normally require you hearing abilities, for example thinks like the doorbell, baby monitor, telephone, fire alarm, etc. etc. The way this works is that the app will receive alert notifications from a signaling gateway to be presented to the application user. App to work together with the XYZ RF Gateway. The RF gateway receive signals from wireless doorbells, smoke-detectors etc. and sends these to the App. The App will alert the user visually, it vibrates according to a unique pattern, plays a sound and it flashes. We have developed this IoT application for iOS users using X-Code and Objective C.

So, this is how we connected internet of things with the daily life for the security of hearing impaired. If you are seeking for such an application connected with day to day life then you are at the right place. You can meet us in CeBIT Australia during 23rd- 25th May 2017 and will be glad to meet you in person for possible opportunities in IT.