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We’re excited to announce availability of Qualcomm® Vuforia™ 4.0 Beta —complete with major computer vision advancements including Object Recognition and new tools to speed the development of revolutionary mobile vision apps. Over the past few months, we’ve been blown away by some of the projects from our early access (alpha) program. We’ve seen developers use our new Object Recognition feature to create truly breakthrough experiences with toys and other objects. Now, it’s your turn.
Door locks, climate control, Wi-Fi hotspots—the connected car is rich with new ways people can use their mobile devices to interact with their vehicles.
Currently, developers and manufacturers need a third-party application processor to run code that communicates with Qualcomm® Gobi™ modems and uses the data connection to control peripherals.
Now, Qualcomm is introducing a better way to develop for peripherals.
We’ve selected VTX as our Developer of the Month for December. VTX has offices in Brazil and the United States and develops software for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, to help consumers easily purchase shoes, electronics, books and other goods.
Eduardo Monteiro, CEO at VTX, answered some questions for us, so you can learn more about his company and the work they do.
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