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This is mostly because of my fascination with GPS enabled games, which raise the chance of physically bumping in to some stranger who you’ve just been battling with. That, and a resource system reminiscent of M.U.L.E. (yes, I’m old), must make for an interesting social laboratory on the programmer’s end.
|00:40||Own This World by Big Nerds In Disguise. For GPS enabled iPhones.|
|06:20||TapForms by Brendan Duddridge. For iPhone and iPod Touches.|
|10:56||ZoweeTV presented by Ronald Domes.|
|18:00||Tynt presented by Shawn Abbott. For content rich websites.|
|21:22||VidClipper’s presented by Reg Cheramy. For the iPad.|
DemoCampCalgary is a get together for those crafting new software in Calgary, and anyone looking to support upcoming Calgarian businesses.
I performed a video capture and summarized the event, which is available in full at Calgary’s BarCamp / DemoCamp blog. Below is a copy of the full video, with shortcuts to my favorite moments.
If you think you’d enjoy DemoCamp, then you will. I’ve been to just about all of them in Calgary, and there’s always been at least one presentation which surprises me.