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Learn all about how to handle rotary events in Tizen web and native applications. In the following example, you'll learn how to let a user interact with bezel by using the rotary event to receive or reject a call.
Health monitoring is a very popular feature in smart watches, and Tizen provides various APIs for this purpose. One API is HumanActivityMonitor, which allows users to monitor health by providing metrics such as heart rate, step count, and stress level. This blog describes how to measure heart rate using this API
As a recap from the previous section, the AR Emoji from Samsung is a new technology to create 3D avatars representing yourself on your Samsung S10 phones or above. A 3D avatar is created by a process similar to taking a selfie and stored on your device each time you run the app. At the […]
Games increasingly are a fabric of our life. From medieval to contemporary to sci-fi, there are genres of all kinds, and a plethora of protagonist arch-types. Notice that, almost always, the mobile gamer is in the shoes of some other character such as a knight or superhero instead of an avatar of herself. Why is […]
SDC19 is just over a month away, and we're excited to announce more speakers and sessions.
The Samsung Developer Program has announced the launch of the Best of Galaxy Store Awards 2019! The inaugural Best of Galaxy Store Awards launched at SDC 2018 and acknowledged the best app, game, theme, watch face, and watch app. Galaxy Store publishers selected for this prestigious award exemplify excellence in innovation, quality, and creativity. Here […]
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.