Array of 5 LCDs Dropping photos onto the background
The images were captured at another kiosk during the convention. Photos would transfer automatically to the server, and be pulled at random to be shown on the five 60" displays... Emphasizing the "YOU" in the branding.
Memory game utilizing a rear-projection and LCD with touch foil.
The two systems communicated using datagram broadcasts over a wired network, eliminating the need for a relay server for Flash communication. User would play a memory card game, and upon either winning or losing would be prompted to partake in a poll, and submit their email address to be entered into a contest.
A thank you email would be sent, including more information based on their poll response.
Poll results were shown and tracked, and relayed to a remote server for integration into the online campaign.
Camera touchscreen kiosk with email and sharing capabilities
User initiated capture sequence, and was superimposed into a jumbotron picture with branding. Photo could be emailed to the user and then shared and tracked through bit.ly link shortening and and microsite.
Flash, ActionScript 3.0, PHP, WPF, OpenCV, C#.NET, uEye Camera
The entire system consisted of a backend monitoring interface and approval system. Once a number of captures (mouth only) were analyzed manually and marked as smiles or normals, I used a custom algorithim tuning process for each venue, based on collected information. This allowed remote tuning of detection performance and scheduled configuration changes on an hourly basis if needed.
Users could choose to have a set of Mickey Mouse ears virtually placed onto their head. A photo could be taken and sent to the user via email, the email and microsite had social sharing capabilities. Analytics were included for content usage and sharing.
WPF for listing most recently created audio files in a folder, monitors for new files and inserts at the top of the list, to help keep track of recent music purchases / downloads.
* Filter by keyword in full path (10/21/2010)
* Shows album artwork (any images in folder) (10/21/2010)
* Watches specific folder for changes in music files (mp3, flac, ogg, m4a)
* Tray icon and notifications.
* Color selection
* Last size / position restored automatically.
* ClickOnce Installer
* Sub-items sorted by filename
* Double click to play tracks or folders using your default audio player.
When gamers play online, detailed game logs are created with play by play information. WinOut wanted to use this information to create a statistics database that it's users could search and view, and more...
In order to achieve the desired results, we not only had to parse the logged game data -- we also had to create a way to link WinOut.net user accounts to the data, users to teams, teams to games, and games to tournaments. Things like suicides, round wins, kill assists and other special events also needed to be kept track of. This project included PHP, and heavy MySQL with query optimization and result caching to enhance performance whilst searching through the large amount of data.
Developed to replace Google analytics for Flash content on digital signage, this analytics system allowed for delayed insertion of tracking data -- something which is not possible with Google Analytics.