Monthly Archives: January 2011
Just last week Sony announced that they would be supporting Android applications on their new NGP (Next Generation Portable), the highly anticipated successor to the PSP. They also announced that they would be allowing content created for the NGP would be available on other Android devices, making the PSP games that developers have built available on a wide range of non-Sony devices. Sony is calling this feature the PlayStation Suite. Essentially it’s a store run by Sony for Android, where users can purchase PlayStation games for their tablets and smartphones. This is a bold new move for a company that in the past has stuck to their own monolithic platform over which they kept complete and total control. Continue reading
Last week Cheryl Morris from Bostinnovation interviewed Jim Bull and Chris Allen to write a great article on what we are up to lately at Brass Monkey. She covers some of the new traction we are getting in the advertising and digital location based signage space. We look forward to partnering more with folks like Mediatile, building things like the Gametime Media Table to bring Brass Monkey to public spaces. And yes, we also do look forward to announcing our first Brass Monkey powered experience in Times Square soon as well. That will be some seriously fun control! Continue reading
Showcases Immersive Interactivity Mobile Technology at CES 2011
Brass Monkey Turns phones into controllers with fast interaction for enhanced digital marketing, gaming experiences
LAS VEGAS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Brass Monkey®, today announced it has joined the ng Connect program and will showcase its new immersive mobile technology in a new solution concept from the program, the Gametime Media Table demonstration in the Alcatel-Lucent booth #35469, South Hall Upper during the Consumer Electronics Show from January 6th- 9th, 2011.