|The day after our Layar NEXT event on June 18th, we will host a Layar Developer Day at our office, route description.|
In the morning, we will discuss and explain new Layar features in detail. Developers will be given the opportunity to share lessons learned, tips and tricks and give feedback and ideas to the Layar team and other participants.
In the afternoon, the Dutch National football team will play a WorldCup match against Japan. We will arrange a big screen so that you can either watch the match or do more socialising, coding, exchanging ideas etc.
You must be a Layar Developer (in possession of a developer key) to attend this event. Of course, new and inexperienced developers are more than welcome to join. The event is for free, including drinks and lunch.
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Program for the 19th of June:
See you on the 19th of June.
- 10.00 Opening by Maurice Groenhart, Community Manager
- 10.15 Startup sessions
- 12.00 New API by Dirk Groten, CTO
- 12.30 Lunchbreak
- 13.00 Round table discussion - Impact of the new API
- 14.00 End and time for soccer and drinks
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|Why a Spotcrime layer? |
Colin: “The SpotCrime layer allows you to see an augmented reality view of the crimes that have happened in their current location. This allows them to be more aware of their surroundings and helps to prevent becoming a victim. This can be especially useful if you are on vacation in an area that you’ve never visited before. It’s important to know what’s going on around you, and to avoid unsafe areas when you can.”
What can we user do with it?
Colin: “Use the augmented reality view or the list view to learn about crimes in a certain radius around your location. If one of the crime icons is selected, you can read more specific details about the crime event and follow the link to the SpotCrime website.”
|‘Why is it worth my $1.95?’|
Colin: “It’s only a one time fee, after which you can use the layer at home and any place you travel and become knowledgeable about safe locations. You can’t put a price on peace of mind!”
Other things you’d like to share?
Colin: “Sign up for free email alerts at www.spotcrime.com”
The layer currently covers the 300 largest US cities, main cities in Canada and The Netherlands and London.