- development is starting with an idiomatic iphone UI rendering using FSS
- also do an analysis of mobile toolkits that might get somewhere on this
- design is working on sketching out use cases and then wireframes for an iPhone interface (not an iPhone app) using the artifacts page from McCord Museum as both a use-case and inspiration for a more generalized solution.
early mapping activity
"Mapping" both spatial and conceptual is central to the Fluid Engage deliverables. James has shared a conceptual model for structuring our thinking and mapping work around two axes: an axis of location unaware and aware and an axis of spatial and conceptual ideas.
- design is working on some use cases for mapping
- development is going to implement a simple map + object information layers in Canvas (canvas html 5 element) and Processing
- development is building a prototype for browsing through collections and displaying artifact information
The services work will be foundational for Fluid Engage. We are beginning to explore solutions for interacting with existing content, DBs, and other enterprise systems. This space is currently doing explorations into architectural solutions that will serve as a foundation for our future work.
- development is working on transforming some sample data from museums
- Unlicensed Unknown user + Unlicensed user + Unlicensed user + Unlicensed user Antranig Basman + y z
- evaluate technologies
- Evaluate existing museum data feed APIs
- End result: artifact data feed (Unlicensed user + Unlicensed user + Unlicensed user y z)
early tagging activity
Tagging is going to prove an important element in the evolution of our thinking and prototyping in Fluid Engage. We are doing some highly experimental development work here as a way to get our community members familiar with and using Fluid Infusion. This early work will get us thinking about tagging in creative ways that we'll apply to our future work.
The newest release of Fluid Infusion is 1.1 – that product was built within the two years of work on Fluid Academic. Fluid Engage will build upon and extend the Fluid Infusion product. Look for the above work to be transformed into components and add-ons to existing solutions shipping with Infusion. Part of our ongoing work in Fluid Infusion is listed below.
- Unlicensed user and Unlicensed user and Unlicensed user Jacob Farber and Laurel Williams and Justin Obara work on builder for web - packaging of Infusion a la carte solution
- Unlicensed user Antranig Basman Pager clean-up
- bug fixing and a11y testing (Unlicensed userAlison Benjamin)
research on accessibility solutions in mobile devices (Unlicensed userJorge Silva) maybe work with Nokia contacts on this . Relates to: AEGIS SP1 deliverable (http://redmine.atrc.utoronto.ca/issues/show/543)