BARCELONA, Spain Feb. 14, 2011 www.ti.com/mwc2011
Visit TI’s MWC booth for game-changing demonstrations, focused on key user domains:
TI and Adobe demo an Android 2.2-based browser running Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR® 2.5 on TI’s Blaze™ tablet development platform (TDP) with an Arcsoft user interface.
Augmented reality (AR):
TI and ecosystem partners Metaio, Viewdle, Invensense and Total Immersion provide a glimpse of augmented reality features to come, running on the Blaze MDP.
Gestures and Stereoscopic 3D (S3D):
TI and Rightware demo advanced S3D user interfaces and S3D video playback on the Blaze MDP. Together with Digital Aria, TI is also demonstrating an educational application that makes you travel through our planetary system in S3D with touchless gesture control.
TI and HI CORPORATION showcase a shooter game in S3D on Blaze MDP, using MascotCapsule® eruptionST Tom Clancy
HD mobile video teleconferencing (VTC):
TI, Path Partner and Skype demo a Skype-based, peer-to-peer video call at 720p. TI and Ittiam also demo high-quality, multi-party SIP based VTC with four participants communicating with each other on the Blaze MDP.
Content-protected streaming services:
TI highlights the OMAP 4 platform’s M-Shield security features on Android, through a Netflix HD video streaming demo with Microsoft Play Ready™ DRM scheme and Trusted Logic DRM agent.
What TI’s ecosystem partners are saying about the market and TI technology:
Ginger Staffanson Adobe
Choong Hwan Lee DigitalAria Co., Ltd
Thomas Alt Metaio
Bill Holmes Netflix
Tero Sarkkinen Rightware
Philip Belhassen Stonetrip
Olivier Leger Trusted Logic
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