Qt in Use

Presenter Presentation Info

Ariel Molina
EDIS Interactive

Experiences building The Largest Multitouch Screen in Latin America (8mts)

In late 2012, I was in charge of building the largest multitouch screen in LatinAmerica, a monstruous 8 meter long (320 in. diag) screen made of tempered glass. This project was financed by private investors as well as academy and federal resources from Mexico. This screen is used for academic, research and UI experimentation pourpuses. This screen uses multitouch technology provided by C++ machine vision tracker developed with OpenCV and Qt Widgets, it delivers TUIO events to another system which merges all sensors into one (also developed with Qt gui-less) at realtime.

Till Adam

Why Qt Matters In the Big Picture

It is easy to be enthusiastic about the technical merits of Qt. For those having to make technology choice decisions that impact the business for potentially a long time, that is not the only dimension, however. Risks need to be examined and trade-offs identified, medium and long term impact on all aspects of one’s product and business rationally and fully assessed. From HR to IP issues, new strategic opportunities and options to structural considerations relative to recent market developments, this presentation will strive to shed a light on where Qt sits on the strategic map.

Tuukka Ahoniemi
The Qt Company

Integrating Mobile Into Your Cross-Platform Strategy with Qt

This talk will give an introduction to how mobile market trends can become reality with Qt and what is the role of mobile for Qt and for existing desktop/embedded Qt developers.

Mobile platforms are not only relevant for mobile consumer apps but are also the future direction for existing desktop and embedded systems--the multi-screen applications. Market trends such as Enterprise Mobility and Internet of Things require application developers and device vendors to target mobile platforms.

Nils Roscher Nielsen
Nils Roscher Nielsen
The Qt Company

A Framework for the Multiscreen World

Consumers are demanding more flexible ways to use and control the electronic devices in homes and cars. A TV no longer has a single remote control. The remote control may be an iPhone or an Android tablet, each one providing a different user interface that leverages the gestures and look and feel of the platform. At the same time, the TV will have its own branded user interface that behaves in a consistent manner as the user switches between devices. The result, driven by the rise of connected devices, is a need for multi-screen or multiple-platform embedded applications.

Jen Trieu

Developing Great Location-based Apps with QML!

Geolocation is a must-have element of any modern application design today. More and more applications are becoming location-aware, and the demand for geographic content, maps and functionality in mission-critical workflows is increasing all the time. What does it take to build highly-functional and great performing location-aware app that meets the needs of commercial and enterprise workflows?