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muvee launches Albumstory AI photobook maker SDK Feature News SDKs and APIs 

muvee launches Albumstory AI photobook maker SDK

The big news in photobooks these days is not printing, binding or substrates, but artificial intelligence (AI). Google has backed into the business through its Google Photos service, using AI to gather pictures and suggest a photobook. The book itself is pretty basic – limited to a single photo per page – but for many consumers, it will suffice. To... Read More
RICOH THETA Plug-in Partner Program goes live Press releases SDKs and APIs 

RICOH THETA Plug-in Partner Program goes live

First-of-its-kind program lets developers access tools and support for developing Android plug-ins that deliver new features and functions for the RICOH THETA V camera TOKYO, June 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Ricoh today announced that the RICOH THETA Plug-in Partner Program, including development tools and support for members, has gone live. The program—initially announced in January 2018and unique in the 360-degree/virtual reality camera industry—allows third-party developers... Read More
Epson announces optimized AR SDK for Moverio AR Smart Glasses at AWE 2018 SDKs and APIs 

Epson announces optimized AR SDK for Moverio AR Smart Glasses at AWE 2018

New AR SDK for Most Widely Available Smart Glasses in the U.S. Enables Creation of True Augmented Reality Experiences SANTA CLARA, Calif. – AWE – May 30, 2018 – Epson, providers of the Moverio® augmented reality (AR) smart glasses platform, today announced at AWE 2018, the availability of an AR software development kit (SDK) built specifically for Moverio devices. Optimized... Read More
Ricoh releases four software development kits for the remote operation of PENTAX DSLRs Press releases SDKs and APIs Updates 

Ricoh releases four software development kits for the remote operation of PENTAX DSLRs

TOKYO, May 16, 2018 – Ricoh today announced the release of four software development kits (SDK), designed for the remote operation of PENTAX-brand digital SLR cameras using smartphones and personal computers. Based on these kits, users can develop software or applications that enable them to operate their cameras from a distance, and then output captured Live View images to external... Read More
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