Category Archives: Android

Check out all my courses on Lynda.com

It’s been a very busy year for me on Lynda.com. Instead of linking every one of my courses individually here, I think it’s better to provide one link to all of my courses on Lynda.com.

Click here to see my constantly-growing list of courses. I cover topics like OS X, Windows 10, Android and iOS devices, Microsoft Word, and more.

Your comments and questions are welcome here on this site. I just won’t be making a post for every course anymore.

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SIGGRAPH Roundup and Interview Sneak Peek

Here’s a throw to my SIGGRAPH 2014 roundup at lynda.com and preview of the interview series we will be publishing featuring digital artists at the conference.

Notes from SIGGRAPH 2014 – Part 2

Here’s a throw over to my one of my articles on the lynda.com Article Center. This one focuses on some of the exciting technology I saw at SIGGRAPH 2014 featuring the 3D printing and Motion Capture.

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http://www.lynda.com/articles/siggraph-3d-print-motion-cap

Notes from SIGGRAPH 2014 – Part 1

Here’s a throw over to my one of my articles on the lynda.com Article Center. This one focuses on some of the exciting technology I saw at SIGGRAPH 2014 featuring the Oculus Rift headset.

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http://www.lynda.com/articles/notes-siggraph-virtual-reality

Up and Running with Android Wear on lynda.com

The new Android Wear watches are here and I’ve got everything you need to get setup with Up and Running with Android Wear.

Watch the course introduction for Up and Running with Android Wear

 

Smart watches are about to hit big. There have been some smart watches on the market for a few years. But, Android Wear introduces a native Android OS watch that is completely integrated with Android phones and tablets. These watches bring alerts, voice control, and much more to your wrist.

Check out this course on lynda.com to see how to get everything set up and to learn the essentials of the watch’s interface. You’ll also see how the Android watches interact with third party apps. It’s a short course, but it’s packed with everything you need to get up and running with Android Wear.