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| The Mobile Hub
is a prototype development environment for mobile applications. As a support
unit and resource within the Media Lab of the University of Art and Design Helsinki, it provides support for rapid prototyping, prototype testing and making proof of concept for art and design oriented
research and student projects related to mobile technology.
The Mobile Hub
is supported by NOKIA through their Forum Nokia PRO member University program and co-ordinated by Jürgen Scheible.
Version playable on the Mobile phone: *.3gp (9MB) - 15 min.
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18.09.07 Book announcement: Mobile Python - Rapid prototyping on the mobile platfromJürgen Scheible, the leader of the MobieHub wrote a book together with Ville Tuulos called Mobile Python - Rapid prototyping on the mobile platform. It is published by Wiley and includes over 100 inspiring and fully working Python for S60 application examples that can be instantly executed on your S60 phone. It also holds a foreword by Guido van Rossum and Eric von Hippel. You can buy it from Amazon or Wiley.
09.02.07 Jürgen Scheible selected as a Forum Nokia Champion for the second year in a rowJürgen Scheible, the leader of the MobieHub has been selected as a Forum Nokia Champion. Forum Nokia Champion is a recognition and reward program designed to acknowledge the best and brightest among individual mobile applications developers for their high level of skill as developers and their devotion to advancing mobile applications development worldwide.
02.07.06 Python S60 workshop at Ars Electronica's Electrolobby WorkshopsCall for participation - Still some places left in the Python S60 workshop track- creative mobile application prototyping at Ars Electronica's Electrolobby Workshops (www.electrolobby.org) in Linz/Austria 30.8. - 5.9.
How to Apply: The application should be made over email sending the form avaliable at the official electrolobby's website: www.electrolobby.org Deadline for applying is August 5th, Saturday, 23:59. So, hurry up and apply if you are interested! More info: www.electrolobby.org The Python S60 workshop is given by Jürgen Scheible, www.mobilenin.com. Forum Nokia Champion is a recognition and reward program designed to acknowledge the best and brightest among individual mobile applications developers for their high level of skill as developers and their devotion to advancing mobile applications development worldwide. www.mobilenin.com http://sourceforge.net/projects/pys60 Full article.
20.01.2006 Jurgen Scheible met the creator of Python: Guido van RossumJurgen Scheible the leader of the MobileHub was invited by Guido van Rossum - the creator of the programming language Python - to visit him at Google in Mountain View, California, USA. Picture1, Picture2
03.01.2006 Flash Lite 2.0 is out!Adobe (formerly Macromedia) has announced the release of Flash Lite 2.0 (more).
12.12.2005 Outcomes of Workshop on PyS60 (Sept.'05) added to mobile hub's project websiteA number of projects that came out of the Rapid Mobile Application Prototyping workshop that was held in Sept. in the Media Lab of UIAH are now added to the mobile hub's projects website including short documentation videos.
24.11.2005 New mobile devices have arrivedAdditional 5 x Nokia 6630 and 4 x 6630 phones are now part of he rental device pool of the Mobile Hub and can be borrowed from now on.
09.11.2005 Best Arts Paper Award for Jürgen Scheible & Timo OjalaJürgen Scheible of the Media Lab of UIAH and Timo Ojala from Oulu Univers. received the Best Arts Paper Award at the premier annual ACM Multimedia 2005 conference in Singapore with their joint paper: MobiLenin – Combining A Multi-Track Music Video, Personal Mobile Phones and A Public Display into Multi-User Interactive Entertainment. Find the paper here.
25.9.2005 A video documenting the Workshop on Python for Series 60 is now here availableFrom September 12th to 16th a workshop on Python and Flash for mobile was successfully held in the Media Lab.The workshop leader was Jürgen Scheible. A wide variety of different working mobile applications were designed and implemented by the students based on their own ideas. Detailed descriptions of the outcomes will be posted here soon. A video is already now here available showing some of the workshop results as well as statments of the students about their experiences with learning to program Python for Series 60.
Check it out: Pys60_workshop05_medialab_uiah.avi (115MB) - 15 min.
Version playable on the Mobile phone: Pys60_ws_mlab.3gp (9MB) - 15 min.
15.8.2005 Workshop on Python and Flash for mobileFrom September 12th to 16th a workshop on Python and Flash for mobile will be provided for 2nd year students in the MediaLab: It will be a "how to do ..." workshops with introduction into tools and production methods as well as intro into simple python programming for non-programmers. More.
1.8.2005 MobiLenin Project among 25 best projects at SIGGRAPH2005 Student competitionThe MobiLenin project was accepted to the SIGGRAPH 2005 conference as a poster session and presented in Los Angeles in August 2005. The MobiLenin project got also selected among the 25 best projects in this years ACM student competition at SIGGRAPH.
29.6.2005 New Gadgets have arrivedA Nokia digital pen as well as 2 x 6630 phones are now part of he rental device pool of the Mobile Hub and can be borrowed from now on.
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