In preparation for a new cross-platform native mobile project, I have been researching cross-platform native app platforms, and topping the list are React Native and Xamarin. I crossed Ionic off the list because it uses Cordova and a WebView and I want better speed.
According to an ancient Egyptian story, party guests would float a lotus flower with a burning candle placed carefully in the middle.
Each person would share a dream hidden in their heart before releasing the lotus flower down the famous Nile river.
It was believed that if the flame continued to burn for the duration of the meal their dream would eventually come true.
Now you can float your own lotus candle down the Nile without going to Egypt.
Portland OR’s Baba’s Mediterranean Grill recently installed a 4-screen “Virtual Nile” in their new Cascade Station location, which officially opened January 6th, 2018. With the Virtual Nile web app, customers can create a dream and in real time float their very own lotus flower down the Virtual Nile while they eat their meal.
Users’s lotus candles are labeled with their name. If their candle stays lit all the way down the Nile, according to the legend their dream will come true!
Cloud: AWS API Gateway, Lambda, Dynamo DB, PostgresSQL DB, AWS IoT
An early-childhood education and entertainment game, including original videos, music, artwork, animations, interactive activities, and a live host! That’s a lot to pack into one app!
Implemented with Adobe AIR; available for iOS and Android.
Multiple high definition displays showcase the Virtual Aquarium world, where users can interact with the live-streaming presenter, create a custom avatar fish and swim it around in the aquarium world, watch videos, and play games / activities. Users interact via provided built-in tablets or by using their own mobile device. The live presenter can also see and hear users at different locations, allowing real-time conversations and interaction!