Monday, May 19, 2014

Yogya Students Develop Applications for Google Glass

Local developers do not want to miss make application for the Google Glass . Earlier this month , a team of Computer Science students of Gadjah Mada University ( UGM ) announced the development of an application called Quick Disaster intended for devices such smart eyeglasses .

Quick Disaster is an application that deliver information about the disaster mitigation efforts in the form of audio-visual via Google Glass .

Remarks on the GMU website explains that the disaster include volcanic eruptions , landslides , tornadoes , earthquakes , volcanic ash rain , floods , fires , and tsunamis .
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Gadjah Mada University
Illustration of the use of Quick Disaster in Google Glass
By utilizing Google Glass installed in the user 's head , the Quick Disaster can distribute information faster and with much more compact than using mobile gadgets .

Quick Disaster was expected to help communities prepare for disasters when the incident took place .

" We think these digital devices will someday be attached to the human body as well as technology -hour later with a smart or clever bracelet , " said Daniel Oscar Baskoro , one member of the research team Quick Disaster .

For now Quick Disaster is still in the research and development phase to enhance a number of existing features . This application is scheduled to be presented at international conferences in Europe and America in the near future .


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