Clint Heyer pro­jects

Kiosker

Door dis­plays us­ing An­droid and web tech­nolo­gies.
ITU, 2014-2015 With An­ders Bech Mell­son.

Kiosker is an An­droid app (pro­grammed by An­ders Bech Mell­son) which hosts ar­bi­trary web con­tent based on a re­mote con­fig­u­ra­tion file. It was first and fore­most de­signed for a de­ploy­ment sce­nario at ITU where An­droid tablets are in­stalled out­side of­fice doors and in some pub­lic ar­eas.

It can also be used as a way of rapid pro­to­typ­ing mo­bile in­ter­ac­tion de­sign us­ing web tech­nolo­gies rather than An­droid li­braries. Kiosker hides sys­tem chrome and ex­poses some ad­di­tional fea­tures (such as scan­ning for nearby Blue­tooth de­vices) not nor­mally avail­able to web ap­pli­ca­tions.

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