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PepUp is a social mobile game based on the user’s real-world, physical movements as measured by accelerometer and location data.
PepUp beta for Android phones launched on April 5th, 2011
Client: Android, Java, Facebook API, Google API, kSoap, SQLite.
Service: Web-service, MSSQL 2005, SOAP.
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.
January, 2011Social networking application for Blackberry
The goal of the project is an application that gives users easier access to the community resources using their Blackberry phones.
We have developed a native Blackberry application for both non-touch and touch devices that allow users with a simple and convenient interface to a social network based on an Elgg framework. Users can send ad receives messages, create photo albums, groups of user’s, discussions, etc. The web service API was also created to provide the communication between client application and Elgg server through HTTP.
Technologies: Blackberry, J2ME, PHP, Elgg, Web service, JSON.
June, 2010Mental Trainer. Android game
Task: Develop an intuition-enhancing game with integrated advertising
Android Market Link:
Technologies: Google Android, Java, SQLite, Admob API.
May, 2010Android OpenGL ES application
Task: Add OpenGL ES support to existing Android 2D application to enhance graphics and improve overall design quality.
Technologies: Android, Java, OpenGL ES
March, 2010Android QR Code scanning terminal & web
Task: To develop a web component that generates a QRCode (two-dimensional bar code) and an Android component that recognizes the codes on devices and passes information using soap calls to the server
Solution: Developed an Android application that reads QR Code, decrypts the information and passes it to the web service in real-time using a basic ASP.NET test page. The test page requests data and generates a QR Code, in which the information is encrypted. The Android application reads the QR Code, decrypts and validates the information, then uploads it to the web. The Android application has a password protected setup option for administrators that allows them to configure the phone for specific QR code scanning. The app includes statistics showing the activity of QR Code uploaded to the web and the total of QR Codes scanned by terminals and other details.
Technologies: Google Android, ASP.NET, SOAP Web Services, MS SQL Server 2008, C#, Java
Customer testimonial: "NTR Lab is the best provider we found in Elance. We will definitely work with them on our next projects".
March, 2010Cashwaltz SOAP connectivity
Client: Austin Valley Software Corporation
Customer testimonial: “I really enjoyed working with NTR Lab. They put my project together very well and exhibited the utmost professionalism throughout the development process. Their statement of work was realistic, and they produced quality code for my application, on time and within budget. I will use their services again, and recommend them.”
July, 2008Bluetooth data transmission systems
Client: Inspire Tech Inc. (Singapore)
BTInfo: sends advertising images via Bluetooth to users within a short distance. User’s mobile device saves data regarding time and recipients of each advertising or information message. BTInfo was developed in two versions (Java ME and Windows Mobile), supports all standard web-service functions and uses images from memory when performing autonomous operations.
BTTracker: is used for controlling devices via Bluetooth. A notice is sent whenever a user is out of the “visibility” zone. The application is available in both Java ME and Windows Mobile for the purpose of expanding its application range.
Client: Inspire Tech Inc. (Singapore)
Gen3 monitor: shows blood glucose reading on a mobile phone display. Other medical appliance readings are accessible via Bluetooth.
HC Demo: The system is a result of further development of Gen3 monitor. However, in addition to plain demonstration of blood glucose measurement results HC Demo also uses the readings to build charts and enables tracking history. The application is available in two versions (Java ME and Windows Mobile).
March, 2008Refactoring of a troubled portal
Description: We took this project over from another developer. At that time, the website contained multiple bugs and lacked numerous required features.
The portal serves as a centralized data management tool. NTR was charged to provide smooth, error-free functioning of the current site allowing registered users to
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