"As a musician, let me tell you about one of the things that makes me crazy when using Android"
"There's always a sound lag..."
(as we all know, Android has a delay in sound output)
Samsung's hardware with Sound Camp have NO DELAY in sound output
only samsung devices can play sounds like this with no delay
Developers can use the Sound Camp SDK to build other apps that get this low-level audio routing
Sound Camp will no longer be specific to just Samsung devices
Samsung has worked with Google on this
So in the future, anyone can build apps for any Android device that will have responsive audio output
Now we're going to get a little demo of Sound Camp in action
a DJ is mixing live using 2 Samsung tablets and a phone!
It's pretty damn impressive. This has historically been something only iOS devices an do.
Alright, DJ is off. We're talking games now
(they're moving quickly here)
More talk about the Vulkan API — the Galaxy S7 is the first to offer it.
(and if you'll recall, plenty of other phones are getting on the bandwagon now, too)
so it's time for a live demo from epic games.
vulkan graphics running in real time from a Galaxy S7
simulating the physics of thousands of meteorites colliding
"We hope that our efforts can help other game developers to a whole galaxy of possibilities"
on the slide: "Mobile is the next console"
the galaxy s7 has pushed beyond the capabilities of previous game consoles
the Galaxy S7 can push more graphics than the Xbox 360
the hope is that by 2020 phones can be as powerful as the current PlayStation 4.
and now, we're onto VR. surprised this is coming this late in the show
"to build a VR ecosystem, people need tools for creation, viewing and discovering content"
We started the journey with Project Beyond, which was a hugely advanced camera
it's a great tool for professionals, but the Gear 360 is for consumers.
launched with the Galaxy S7
the Gear 360 is going on sale April 29!
of course Milk VR is part of the experience of getting content to your visor
there are now 3 ways to view content with Milk VR: you can view in your headset, or just on your phone screen
and now there's samsungmilkvr.com to view on the web
there's also a Milk VR SDK so developers can upload videos from any VR camera
There's also a live stream SDK.
local streaming from a media server to other devices
and of course internet live streaming directly to Gear VR
and now it's time to bring Injong Rhee back up to wrap things up