Author Archives: David


About the author


David is a passionate Android developer and user, but mostly prefers to keep out of the flamewars going on between the Android and iOS fans at the office. When he’s not busy because somebody’s asked him whether he can’t still spare some time for - insert project here -, he unwinds by playing basketball or voice-controlling the lights in his apartment.

CoSA: Unser Beitrag zum Center of Science Activities

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Das CoSA (Center of Science Activities) hat am 19. Oktober offiziell seine Türen geöffnet und bietet auf 1200 m² in 13 verschiedenen Bereichen eine Vielzahl an interaktiven Stationen rund um das Thema Technik und Naturwissenschaft. Wir durften zusammen mit dem Museum Joanneum, Frida & freD und unseren Freunden von Unter freiem Himmel bei der Entwicklung dieses großartigen Projektes mitwirken.

cosa Titelbild

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360° – Glimpses into the Future

Work on the revitalization of the former “K.K. Telegrafen Centrale” (telegraph center) at the prestigious address of Börseplatz 1 in Vienna has already started. The old headquarters of the Austrian postal and telegraph service administration center will be turned into a luxury property with a total of 39 condos for people for whom the price doesn’t matter. As before in Graz, we helped with the digital staging of the building’s future.

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Crash Reporting for Android

There’s no such thing as bug-free software. Sorry to disappoint you right out of the gate, but let’s be honest, it would be a shame for all the good folks working hard to make tools helping developers to find and fix those nasty bugs, wouldn’t it? With the help of these tools, the statement, “The app’s not working!” turns into a meaningful error report that lets the developer specifically target the problem. I’ve taken a look at the 3 most well-known tools and will share my findings with you now.


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Visualizing buildings in reality even before they are built – an example – Argos

It’s been a long time coming, but it is finally official – the lot at number 15 Burggasse, Graz goes to (…drumroll…): Argos! We are proud to have been called on to visualize the project associated with star architect Zaha Hadid with our expertise in Augmented Reality and to have helped make the ground-breaking ceremony a great success.

Augmented Reality and architecture app

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