Cookielicious – an iPad Cooking App

Cookielicious is an app for the iPad that tries to make cooking more interesting by using playful GUI elements and focusing on a good user experience. The app allows to select ingredients and shows fitting recipes. Each recipes can then be viewed in an automatic play mode allowing to cook without getting your iPad dirty….

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App Design- and Development Center (ADEC) in the news

The App Design- & Development Center (German: App Design- & Entwicklungscenter (ADEC)) is in the news. Students of the HdM have developed an Android Tablet App prototype for Wissenmedia (famous german publisher) which was also presented at the Frankfurt book fair.   Please take a look at the press releases: World of Print Druckspiegel Druck…

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Panini – Sticker App

The Panini Sticker app was developed in the summer term 2011 by Robin Vinzenz, Markus Noack, Jonathan Sachs and Sebastian Oberste-Vorth. This project was in cooperation with Panini and Communication Consultants. The app was developed in Objective-C for the iPhone. The app lets you manage and count your duplicate and missing stickers from the available Panini…

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Loftico App – HdM project in the news

Loftico – The WG Planer App is an iPhone Application build using The-M-Project and PhoneGap. The project was developed in the summer term 2011 by Nicolas Drebenstedt, Alexander Scholz and Alexander Zarges. Projectmanager was Karina Humbold (CSM). The app can be used to organize your life in a shared flat or students home. The guys did…

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QR-Bass Shopping App

This project was developed in the summer term 2011 by Simon Ihlenfeldt, Alexander Martin, Steffen Mohring and Lars Peipmann. It allows you to shop using a QR-Code Scanner. When you scan a product, it will add it to your shopping list. The software was developed as an hybrid Android application using HTML5 for the fronted…

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Fridgo – The iPad Based Fridge Manager

This project developed by Julian Armbruster, Matthias Nagel and Manuel Weber was developed using HTML5 and PhoneGap in the summer term 2011. It was supervised by Christoph Lindenmüller and me. The Fridgo iPad app allows to scan articles using QR-Codes and shows a list of all articles in the fridge. You can even add notes…

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Cross-Platform Mobile Game – Blobrace

Blobrace is a multi-player multi-platform mobile game developed by Marius Heil, Sebastian Löw, Matthias Ehrlich and Dennis Grewe in the summer term 2011. The software project was supervised by Norman Pohl and me. It was tested on iOS, Android and WebOS. The goal of the game is to steer a blob through different levels. The player…

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