This update of EyesBot Watcher, an app that uses motion and sound detection and cloud storage to enable you to watch your office or residence while you are gone, adds the ability to save sounds clips and save files on the iPad. In the app store
After many months of development, Jellyfish Downpressor, an augmented reality game in which Jellyfish appear to swim around you, is now free and in the app store
Easily create custom flowers and send them to friends or save in your camera roll. Free and in the app store
available in the app store
A blog post about the benefits of integrating web services and robots for scalability, failover, provisioning, and coordination of robot tasks. For code, a video and discussion, please read the blog post.
free and in the app store
We have seven apps in the app store including apps that stream information
from an iOS device (EyesBot, EyesBot Lite, and EyesBot Driver), EyesBot Watcher, which
uses cloud storage to provide remote security functions, the games QuickDodgeball and
Jellyfish Downpressor, and the graphics utility Flower Workshop.
We have many sites, several of them integrated with Facebook for authentication. They include
Lithic.com, EyesBot Personalization, RealityWorker.com, and ThingWorkshop.com
Software we are currently working on or have released include object recognition
for Windows, web services that are called by the EyesBot Driver robot,
and a mapping server for EyesBot Driver.
We provide services related to iOS apps, web applications, and scalable back end persistence, as well
as creation and integration of back end services with front end service consumers, including
apps, application, website, and robots.