1. nightmare

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    from Meego Brown Added 240 0 0

    music: beyoncé - sweet dreams camera/cut: mmp dancers: tamtam darouiche & vanessa strasser location: basement - performing arts (germany/ingolstadt)

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    • Storm Cell - Fumefx

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      from Martin Miroľa Added 2,879 120 8

      I found this old max file on my HDD it was originally ground smoke for tornado :)

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      • Nokia Asha 503 Video Recording Sample

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        from Haseeb Ahmed Added 172 0 0

        For the complete review of the Nokia Asha 503 (Dual SIM), visit our website engismo.com/2014/05/12/nokia-asha-503-review. Don't forget to like our facebook (facebook.com/engismo) page or follow us on twitter (twitter.com/engismo). Thanks!

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        • Grilo: Enhancing the multimedia experience in MeeGo (MeeGo Conference San Francisco 2011)

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          By Iago Toral Quiroga. Slides at http://www.slideshare.net/igalia/grilo-mee-gosf16x9. Grilo was born with the aim of being a generic solution for the problem of media integration, filling a technological gap present in modern platforms. Traditionally, multimedia was focused mostly on providing solutions for application developers to deal with the various media formats and codecs available: ogg, mp3, avi, matroska, theora, vorbis, mpeg, h264, etc. That was the main target behind projects like the GStreamer framework. However, due to the growth of the Internet and technological progress in general, a new problem is rising: there are lots of different media content providers and people all over the world are regular users of many of them. This changes the way application developers face the development of multimedia software today, it is all about content integration: youtube, jamendo, flickr, podcasts, internet radio,... users want all of this, well integrated and exposed in an homogeneous way, so they can interact and consume all this content seamlessly, enjoying the same user experience no matter the service they consume the content from and the device they use to consume it: personal computers, smartphones, connected TVs, Set-Top-Boxes, etc. Unfortunately, modern platforms do not provide tools or technology aimed at solving this issue. As a result, the whole media integration problem must be solved by application developers on their own, who must design, code and maintain application specific solutions for each individual media provider. This is the situation of many well known open source media applications like Totem, Rhythmbox, Amarok, XBMC and many others. The Grilo project addresses this problem by exposing a single, high level API for application developers that hides the differences among all these different media providers. Using Grilo application developers don't need to worry about how the media providers work and they can code generic solutions once, that work for all of them. Grilo is currently hosted by the GNOME project, it is based on GLib and GObject technology, making it a natural fit for multimedia solutions based on the MeeGo platform. This presentation has two main targets: - Introduce the Grilo project to the audience, explaining the challenges related to media content integration and how Grilo can help application developers with addressing them successfully in their applications. - Explain how Grilo could complement and enrich the MeeGo platform experience and how it relates to other components already present in the platform.

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          • Hammacher Schlemmer Metal Detecting Sandals

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            Hands-on with Intel's MeeGo Tablets (Preview) at MWC 2011. These are prototypes! For more information and photos, go to: http://www.chipchick.com/2011/02/hands-on-meego-tablets.html

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            • Hands-on with Intel's MeeGo Tablets at MWC 2011

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              Hands-on with Intel's MeeGo Tablets (Preview) at MWC 2011. These are prototypes! For more information and photos, go to: http://www.chipchick.com/2011/02/hands-on-meego-tablets.html

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              • Developing applications for Jolla's Sailfish OS

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                from paulo Added 99 1 0

                The workshop shows how to get started in developing applications for Jolla's Sailfish OS. The presentation introduces the basic structure of the platform, shows main UI concepts, and presents the main APIs. The presentation shows hands-on how to get started in creating beautiful applications for Jolla devices using Sailfish Silica UI components, Qt5, and Sailfish OS SDK. http://smartdevcon.eu/talks#developing-applications-for-salfish About speaker: Vesa-Matti Hartikainen is an experienced mobile device developer. Latest years he has worked on developing frameworks and applications for Linux based mobile operating systems such as MeeGo, and Sailfish OS. Currently he is an engineer at Jolla, and develops Sailfish OS core applications, and the operating system.

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                • Akademy 2013 - Qt, Open Source, and Sailfish OS

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                  from paulo Added 79 1 0

                  Sailfish OS is a modern Linux-based operating system for mobile devices with a beautiful Qt-based user interface built by Jolla. This presentation shows the architecture of Jolla's Sailfish OS, tells the history behind it, and explains how Jolla's team collaborates with various open source projects such as Qt, Mer, and Nemo Mobile to build the system. We also explain the user interface concepts used in Sailfish OS and highlight the benefits we have seen in using Qt Quick to build the user experience in Sailfish OS.

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                  • Moblin

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                    from Rupert Ray Added 59 2 0

                    A short film describing the Moblin operating system which was a forerunner of Meego and Tizen. Rupert Ray has had a long relationship with the developers of these operating systems.

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                    • Meego

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                      from Rupert Ray Added 194 5 0

                      Short film describing the operating system called 'Meego' developed by Nokia and the Linux Foundation. The characters became known as 'Meegons'.

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