Tellart Mobile Prototyping
UPDATE: Get involved in the project and download the software from the Google Code project: http://code.google.com/p/nadamobile (sorry, for the moment it requires compiling some code)
1. Introduction (2008 Demo: 1 of 4)
Tellart’s 2008 Research and Development annual demonstrations. This Introductory chapter picks up where NADA (sketchtools.com) left off and takes Tellart’s sketching and prototyping tools into the mobile realm. This short video is a demo of Tellart’s RunSketch application working with Apple’s Dashcode on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
2. RunSketch (2008 Demo: 2 of 4)
3. I/O Backpack (2008 Demo: 3 of 4)
This third chapter demonstrates the NADA Mobile hardware and software toolkit by Tellart. The hardware involves a custom designed circuit board that communicates to a computer via a wireless radio link. The board allows for both sensors (light, heat, motion, force, etc.) and actuators (lights, motors, etc.) to be integrated with the iPhone/iPod Touch’s hardware and software. The goal for Tellart in making NADA Mobile was not to extend the functionality of the iPhone as much as to create a sketching and prototyping platform that would empower designers to quickly and easily imagine and test new concepts for interactive products and services.
4. 1/8″ Jack (2008 Demo: 4 of 4)