I/O ’17 Guide – After Hours Block Party

I/O ’17 Guide – After Hours Block Party


Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17.

In this segment, he explores the After Hours Block Party which featured lots of fun, interactive experiences throughout the Sandbox space: our very own comedy club, an international food market & pizza party, several musical performances, a VR drive-in, a Museum of Developer Art, and more!

All I/O Guide videos: https://g.co/io/guide
More information about the event: https://events.google.com/io/
Keynote and session recordings: https://g.co/io/videos
Event photos: https://g.co/io/photos
#io17

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

I/O ’17 Guide – Experiments

I/O ’17 Guide – Experiments


Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17.

In this segment, he explores the Experiments Sandbox, learning about Experiments across Android, Chrome and AI, as well as winning 2017 Experiments Challenge Contest executions.

Learn more:
— experiments.withgoogle.com

All I/O Guide videos: https://g.co/io/guide
More information about the event: https://events.google.com/io/
Keynote and session recordings: https://g.co/io/videos
Event photos: https://g.co/io/photos
#io17

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

Seurat: Bringing high-fidelity rendering to mobile VR

Seurat: Bringing high-fidelity rendering to mobile VR


A new tool called Seurat – named after the great French painter – makes it possible to render high-fidelity scenes on mobile VR headsets in real time. Seurat enabled ILMxLAB, the branch of Lucasfilm focused on pioneering next generation immersive experiences, to bring the cinema-quality world of Star Wars to mobile VR.

I/O ’17 Guide – IoT

I/O ’17 Guide – IoT


Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17.

In this segment, he explores the IoT Sandbox learning how our products work together to improve every day experiences.

Learn more:
— https://openthread.io
— https://developers.nest.com
— https://developer.android.com/things
— https://developer.android.com/tv
— https://developer.android.com/auto
— MORE

All I/O Guide videos: https://g.co/io/guide
More information about the event: https://events.google.com/io/
Keynote and session recordings: https://g.co/io/videos
Event photos: https://g.co/io/photos
#io17

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

Expeditions AR – Bringing the world into the classroom

Expeditions AR – Bringing the world into the classroom


Imagine staring into the eye of a miniature Category 5 hurricane or getting up close with a strand of DNA. With Expeditions AR, teachers can bring the world into the classroom to help engage students with immersive lessons.

Expeditions AR uses Google’s Tango technology to map the physical classroom and place the 3D objects for students to observe and interact with. Expdeditions AR is coming to schools in Fall 2017. Interested teachers and schools can sign up at g.co/expeditions/ar

Custom Styling on Map Shapes – Geocasts

Custom Styling on Map Shapes – Geocasts


Read the Google Maps APIs documentation: https://goo.gl/MXmLqP
Watch the Custom Styling video here: https://goo.gl/r8JJ6P

In this Geocast, Laurence will introduce you to how you can do custom styling on map shapes from lines to polygons and beyond. You’ll also see how to attach events to map shapes!

Subscribe to the Google Developers Channel for more Geocasts videos: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

Abu’s Story

Abu’s Story


When Abu was 15, he discovered the potential of machine learning. Now what he’s building could help doctors and patients all over the world.

Introducing WorldSense: Move naturally in VR

Introducing WorldSense: Move naturally in VR


Introducing WorldSense, a new headset tracking technology which lets you move naturally in VR without installing any external sensors. Lean, dodge, duck, and enjoy more immersive virtual reality without any cables, so it feels even more like you’re actually there.

Experience WorldSense in Daydream standalone headsets built with our partners HTC VIVE, a leader in VR, and Lenovo, a leader in mobile & computing innovation. Coming soon.

Learn more at https://vr.google.com/daydream/

Daydream should not be used by children under the age of 13. Please consult your device-specific safety requirements.