Web Fellowship students Sam Blake and Joshua Lieberman built an app that uses motion detection to let you play theremin music by moving your head. The details of the app are in the slides, but give it a try here: goo.gl/jqfrqJ. The
Ever play that game where your friend drops a Google pin for you and it's A: not in the right place and B: hard to get to anyway? Us, too. Where Me At? makes finding people in like parks easier than ever. Care of Web Development students Peter Glennon and Justin Kim.
Flatiron Students Ana Perez and Will Lowry talk about why they've been using Pry—a gem that can be used as an alternative to IRB. It allows you to step into your Ruby program by acting as an interactive shell.
Flatiron students Steven Zhou and Heidi Hansen explain how core images work on iOS and OS X to help developers process images efficiently without dealing with low level interactions with GPU or CPU.