Mobile devices

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Theme schedule

Monday 7 July 2014

  • 14:00 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.

Tuesday 8 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 09:30 - 18:00 Foxel : How to Valorize your Informational Patrimony ? (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.03 TD Collectivity Confirmed Theme Society



    The purpose of this workshop is to apprehend the technological tools allowing the valorization of the informational patrimony of the region.

    Foxel SA offer the possibility to gather in one piece the surrounding environment in the form of a panorama. They also offer the possibility of reconstructing the three-dimensional environment through stereo pairs along with the embarked equipment on the camera.

    The positioning system (GPS) is in charge of the geolocation of the camera during the measurement process. Its role is to attach to the shooting process the ground references and record the orientation of the camera over time.

    Based on images acquired by the camera, a reconstruction of the environment is performed. The reconstructed data is attached to the terrestrial reference frame, giving the possibility to measure between points selected, for example through a panoramic navigation.
    • Scaning Tools
    • Post-processing tools and processing parallelization
    • Points of interest / Automatic detection
    • Augmented reality interfaces based on panoramas and points of interest
    • Interfaces of ticket management on geo-located images base
    • Automatic face-detect and bluring
    • 2D and 3D parametric object detection
    • Positioning System
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Measurement service

    A wiki dedicated to the workshop will be available from day one in order to describe the proposed tools, and give access to the raw data and the post-processed data that will be used in the workshop. The address (not yet available) will be http://rmll2014.foxel.ch.
  • 10:10 - 10:50 logiciel libre, musique et Droit

    Room : A.6.01 Confirmed Theme Music

    Entre cas pratique, table-ronde, jeu et conférence à plusieurs voix, la conférence consiste à montrer quel intérêt un musicien ou un artiste interprète a à gérer ses droits lui-même et quelles difficultés cela lui occasionne. Ce travail, entre Droit et (...)

Wednesday 9 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.

Thursday 10 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.

Friday 11 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 16:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
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