Tags Game & Graphics Development, Mobile Development

by Andrew Edelsten, posted Mar 22 2013

When we were first putting together Android applications for Project SHIELD, we learned a few important lessons about Android Manifests. Our early attempts at smooth deployments were sometimes slowed down by small errors in manifests, so we’d like to share here what we think are essential to giving your users a happy experience on Project SHIELD, as well as other Android platforms.

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Tags Game & Graphics Development, Mobile Development, Tools

by Stephen Jones, posted Feb 15 2013

The Tegra Android Development Pack(TADP) is the perfect companion for developing native Android applications, installing all of the software tools required to optimize for NVIDIA’s Tegra platform. Tegra Android Development Pack 2.0r2 is updated with support for Android NDK r8b and all the latest Tegra development tools, including Nsight Tegra, Tegra Profiler and PerfHUD ES. To download TADP, you must be a member of the Tegra Registered Developer Program. To join simply create a...

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Tags Game & Graphics Development, Mobile Development, Tools

by Stephen Jones, posted Feb 14 2013

Are you tired of developing Android applications in Eclipse? Do you miss the comfort and familiarity of Visual Studio? Look no further. Nsight Tegra is a complete Android development environment integrated into Visual Studio 2010. Native Android project management is available using the ‘vs-android’ (MSBUILD) build integration and makefile/ndk-build projects are supported as well.

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Tags Mobile Development

by Andrew Edelsten, posted Nov 09 2012

We know how excited a lot of you are to write your own computer vision applications with OpenCV (you haven’t heard of the Open Source Computer Vision library? Read more here - http://opencv.org). We’re pretty excited too, because OpenCV gives us a great opportunity to show off how awesome Tegra is. Our new OpenCV for Tegra is a fully-compatible, backend implementation of OpenCV for Android, but yields 2-20x faster processing on Tegra 3-based devices.

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Tags Game & Graphics Development, Mobile Development

by Stephen Jones, posted Jun 27 2012

By now, you've probably heard about the amazing specs (and price!) on the new Google Nexus 7 (if you haven't, go here and don't come back until you're done reading about it! :-).  Yes, it's amazing, but what's even MORE amazing is that you can use your Nexus 7 to deploy and debug your very own native Android applications.    

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