Google I/O 2012 - The Sensitive Side of Android





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Published on Jun 29, 2012

Tony Chan, Ankur Kotwal , Tim Bray, Tony Chan

Android has a sensitive side. In this session, we will call out all the Android sensors: accelerometer, gyroscope, light, and more. We'll cover best practices for handling sensor data, with special focus on balancing battery life and usability.

For all I/O 2012 sessions, go to https://developers.google.com/io/

Comments • 10

Todd Francis
Awesome stuff real brilliant info from you guys. You Rock!!!!
Joseph Coco
The beginning demo of this is a bit silly, but the usage of sensor data is sound and worth the watch.
Michael Christoff
Is the code for this session posted anywhere?
Ankur Kotwal
Good suggestion NightJimmy. The Drive SDK was still cooking when we built the demo but it's something we can consider for the future.
I wish Google had a better team to edit the videos. There are a lot of places where they should focus on the speaker or the demo unit rather than the slides.
You rock Heart Monitor :) \../,
cherry cheesecake
It is, but I down-voted you because I hate these kinds of comments.
Adam Pond
email the CSV, why not add it as a file to google drive?
who cares? 
its amazin :)
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