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This is the third post in the series covering Samsung’s participation in the MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack. You can find the first post here, and the second post here. The Promentia team was the Grand Prize Winner in the Mental Health and Professional Burnout track. Promentia’s project was an Alzheimer’s Disease prevention app, also […]
In my previous post, I covered Samsung’s partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Department of Veterans Affairs to host and sponsor the MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack. The goal of this partnership is to foster creativity to solve some of the problems in the health care system. In this post I […]
The Key Watch team won the Samsung Breakthroughs That Matter Award in the Rare and Orphan Diseases track. This team was distinguished not only for the clarity of their project, but also for their enthusiasm to incorporate Samsung technologies in their pitch. The Key Watch team with Christopher Balcik, Samsung Vice President of Federal Government […]
Samsung Electronics is in partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to foster creativity and innovation to solve health care big problems, with the help of modern technology. As part of this partnership, we recently hosted the MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack in Washington […]
You can’t really change the weather using Galaxy Watch Designer (GWD). However, GWD version 1.7.1 introduced the ability to design a watch face that uses a button to display weather content in various units on the watch face. The temperature unit selector lets users change the temperature unit. Previously, you could set the Auto-refresh time […]
Last month, the Samsung Galaxy GameDev team attended Develop: Brighton – the UK’s biggest developer-focused games industry event. The sun-kissed conference showcased the best local talent, with some fantastic experiences from indies and big publishers alike.
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SIGGRAPH is the largest general-purpose computer graphics technical conference in the world. Much of its focus is in off-line production rendering and desktop graphics, and I find that the latest research, techniques, and technology eventually percolate to real-time and mobile devices. If you weren't able to make it to the show, please continuing reading for an in-depth recap.
On Wednesday, August 7, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note10 in New York City. Now in two sizes, these powerful phones pack a variety of features for productivity and creativity. Most interesting for developers is the evolution of the S Pen and the introduction of Air Actions.
In April, Samsung Galaxy GameDev went to Croatia for Reboot Develop Blue, and the event far-exceeded our expectations. Check out our presentation on advanced Vulkan programming techniques as well as our panel discussion on the merits of Vulkan.
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Arm recently released Vulkan Best Practices for Mobile Developers to address some of the most common challenges faced when coding. It includes an expansive list of runnable samples with full source code available online. This blog series delves in detail into each sample, investigates individual Vulkan features, and demonstrates best practices of how to use them.