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AR for construction

The third student team is working on an AR design solution for enhancing communication on construction site using Augmented Reality features. Functionality and /or technical level: AR for construction is a mobile app prototype, designed to be further developed for Android and iOS based mobile smart phones and tablets, and possibly adapted for wearable glasses as  Full Article…

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Organising short video clips

Second team of students is designing the front end design for a website where video clips recorded by Ach so! will be organised. This will expand the approach of using and organising the videos that have been previously recorded with the Ach so!  and make them accessible in a variety of ways. Functionality and /or technical level: The idea  Full Article…

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HelmetCam – Ach so! GoPro connection

As a continuation of last year’s work on a proof-of-concept app design,  the student project Wicam moves forward in the direction of integrating wearable technology, a helmet camera in particular, with the Ach so! tool. This year the development is continued by a new student group that will work from where the previous team left off.  In addition to the development  Full Article…

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“Technology-supported workplace learning” course held in Tallinn University Institute of Informatics, spring 2014

Problem-based course (PBL) “Technology-supported workplace learning” course was piloted in 2014 spring term in the Tallinn University Institute of Informatics, curricula of information technology management. The general idea behind the PBL course is that IT managers are responsible in the organizations to develop and implement new technologies. Often these technologies are different information systems and  Full Article…

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Wicam – a smart camera app

Wicam is an Android app designed to explore the interoperability of GoPro camera with mobile devices to enable quick recording, publishing and sharing videos. The application primarily focuses on functionality for recording and sharing videos.  Once the user’s mobile device is connected to the GoPro camera’s WiFi, Wicam automatically connects to the camera when started.  Full Article…

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Master Builder – Support folder for construction site

The students design and develop on mobile app for collecting necessary documentation and instructions for a construction site. The current design is a website and mobile application for easy creation and collection of public and business-internal guides. The guides are for construction and related installation tasks.  The project lasts 2013 autumn semester Functionality and /or  Full Article…

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Application development project course held in Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

 The “Application Development Project” course includes students from 4 studying programs: media engineering, industrial management, communications and information technology.  Idea behind using University of Applied Sciences courses, as design and development bed is two fold. From the UAS point of view, it is a good practice for students to be able to use their skills  Full Article…

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Brikster – Brick laying app

Brikster is an application for support bricklayers in their training and learning. The team designs and develops a prototype for supporting bricklayers training and skill building. The application includes brick laying tutorial videos, on how to execute the work and a safety game. It is designed to have two language versions: English and German. The project lasts 2013 autumn  Full Article…

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SpirOnto – Semantically Enriched Patient Documentation

Spironto is a tool for semantic annotation of patient documentation. Chronological entries can be enriched by concepts that can be defined and modified by users. Originally it has been developed to assist interdisciplinary teams in palliative care, but can be used also for other care situations where (i) doctors, nurses and other professions have to  Full Article…

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Living Documents for Maturing Knowledge Wireframes

In many areas currently information is pushed in a top-down way. This applies to clinical guidelines, their local implementation plans, but also other organizational rules and agreements. The problems associated with it are manifold: – Too much information is pushed without taking into account the current state of the individual (what is new, what is  Full Article…

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