Homepage >> Experience
Develop a tool for Civil Society in Russia.
NTR Lab created Medvedev.places, a mobile application that directly sends a ‘complaint’ tweet to the twitter account of the President of Russia.
Using Medvedev.places allows people to register a problem by providing a text description, photo, address and/or GPS coordinate. The application shows the location on a map and can retrieve the exact address from it. The user can drag-and-drop the map pin in order to define a new address if required.
All tweets are collected at http://4medvedev.info and are available to the general public.
iPhone application http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/medvedev-places/id423327222
Android application https://market.android.com/details?id=medvedev.places&feature=search_result
Technologies: iPhone, Objective-C, SOAP, XML, Android, Java, GoogleMaps, GPS, Twitter, PHP.
February, 2011QR code scanning and search features for iPhone application
Project to add a QR barcode scanning and search feature into an existing iPhone application.
We embedded a scanning QR code (ZXing based) feature by automatically decoding QR codes visible in the viewfinder, and passed decoded data to user interface; developed a web search service and appropriate user interface and reworked the video player functionality and general application structure in the existing iPhone app.
Technologies: iPhone, Objective-C, .NET, Web service, SOAP, XML.
December, 2010iPhone camera capture application
The project is a prototype application that allows users to take a series of 9 to 25 snapshots within a set amount of time and then simulate a short movie by combining the photos. The project required that the application be developed as a tab inside the UITabView or similar format and integrated with other features into a full application.
NTR Lab developed an application that sets up and captures frames from the camera, saves them and plays them back as a series.
Technologies: iPhone, Objective-C, SQLite
To build a platform for Tagology, a language based on logos and binary code. It required a website where users view, search, add and change Tagology tags in an iPhone application intended for tag decoding.
NTR Lab created an ASP.NET website that allows the user to:
The iPhone application decodes tags generated on the site. The camera runs in video mode and is constantly extracting images, finding and decoding available tags. The user simply points at the tag and waits until it is recognized. The application also:
iPhone application is available on App Store.
Technologies: ASP.NET, MS SQL, C#, iPhone, C++, Objective-C, SQLite, Web service, SOAP
October, 2009OBS (Object Based Services) client
The client runs on mobile phones and decodes barcodes. The camera runs in video mode to extract the image to decode either a QR barcode or an EAN-13 barcode when available.
The user need only point at the barcode and wait until it is recognized; upon recognition a request is sent to the service directory with the string of the decoded barcode. The service directory returns data for the object and a list of relevant services.
Technologies: Symbian S60 3rd edition FP1 and FP2, Symbian s60 5th edition, C++, Web service, iPhone, Objective-C, Twitter API
Linux/Unix (server) (13)
Windows (desktop) (9)
Windows (mobile) (3)
Windows (server) (11)
NTR Lab site in Russian: разработка информационных систем и сайтов
NTR Medical: medical IT development outsourcing
НТР Сервис: система автоматизации службы технической поддержки (Service desk, HelpDesk)
Создание сайтов — Веб-практика
NTR Lab site is powered by WordPress
Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).