Join us for Cincinnati Tech Night, a quarterly event focused on sharing the latest and greatest technical knowledge with the community in an informal and fun setting.
5:00 p.m. - Get settled, grab a drink, a bite to eat, and mingle!
5:15 p.m. - Fastlane
Continuous Delivery is defined as the ability to deliver software to end-users at any time during the development cycle. In this session, we’ll demonstrate how to accomplish this noble goal for iOS apps, using a tool called fastlane.
Presented by Dan Lange
5:35 p.m. - Home and Life Automation
Home and life automation using various connected devices and platforms such as Wink, WeMo, hue, Amazon Echo using Open Source Home Automation platform Home-Assistant.io.
Presented by Eric Rolf
5:55 p.m. - Drone Integration
Recently, drones have been popping up everywhere in the media and they serve many purposes including commercial, military, and hobbyist uses. We'll discuss unique use cases as well as how you can integrate custom software with these devices or even build your own drone.
Presented by Mark Stratis
6:15 p.m. - Human Factors in Augmented Reality
What are the main challenges in the field, and current developments? How do we design the UI of an AR app so that the user notices when it is malfunctioning ... or intentionally misleading? How weird can we make the world, and still get something that is usable (i.e. does not make the user barf)? What is simulator sickness, and what factors do (or do not) contribute to it? Demos using Oculus Rift to create augmented reality, and also Google's Project Tango.
Presented by Dr. Bo Brinkman
Associate Professor and Graduate Director of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Technical Director, Augmented Reality Center - Miami University