To showcase a developer engagement featuring its facial processing and facial recognition technologies, the Qualcomm Developer Network asked venTAJA to write a case study on Magisto’s CamCrew app. They also commissioned a demonstration guide for the app, from which a related video script evolved.
In addition to keeping its developer community abreast of new and updated products, Qualcomm Developer Network provides content on broader trends and topics like entrepreneurship and technology adoption. It engaged venTAJA to write an eBook on innovation based on a panel it sponsored at Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon).
The Qualcomm Developer Network attracts game vendors through software developer kits (SDKs) that expose hardware resources on Qualcomm’s mobile processors. venTAJA has written numerous case studies to describe the technical details and business advantages of developing on Qualcomm processors, particularly Snapdragon.
As part of its ongoing effort to build strong relationships with mobile application developers, Qualcomm and Brew Managed Services conducted a pricing study. With a major developer and publisher of mobile games, they analyzed the effect of pricing changes on volume and revenue, then engaged venTAJA to turn the results into a well-documented business overview that demonstrated the company’s dedication to developers’ financial as well as technical success.
To kick off the Comic-Con International convention, Nerdist and Lucasfilm created Course of the Force, an Olympic-style Lightsaber relay run between San Francisco and San Diego, California. The official mobile app for the event featured geolocation, beacon and augmented reality technologies from Qualcomm, which engaged venTAJA to help draft a blog post on the project.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor includes the Hexagon DSP. To encourage more DSP customization, the Qualcomm Developer Network engaged venTAJA to create a case study around Audyssey, who implemented high-performance audio algorithms on the Hexagon SDK.
IC designers have built single-board computers (SBCs), systems-on-module (SOMs) and development kits around the Snapdragon family of application processors. They started myDragonBoard.org and engaged venTAJA to help draft blog posts and Web content for their community of hardware engineers, component vendors, makers, hobbyists and academics.
To stimulate the imagination of its developer community and showcase the DragonBoard development platform, Qualcomm’s Thinkabit Lab pulled together talent in engineering, design, fashion, robotics and software to create a robot dress. The Qualcomm Developer Network engaged venTAJA to write a series of blog posts about the development path from inception to world premiere of the robot dress.
Qualcomm engineers heard from developers keen to accelerate matrix multiply (MM) operations for convolutional neural networks in their deep learning (DL) apps. The Qualcomm Developer Network engaged venTAJA to work on an application note as a series of blog posts about accelerating deep learning on Qualcomm’s Adreno GPU.
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