HTC Appeals to Developers with HTCdev and OpenSense SDK

In an effort to attract developers and interest around their Sense UI, HTC unveiled the OpenSense SDK and an accompanying website, HTCdev.com. The hope here is that developers utilize their tools and create compelling games and software that take advantage of HTC hardware and software.

Among the technology on tap are HTC’s Tablet pen API and Stereoscopic 3D display API which should make for a more fun and engaging user experience. The SDK is not yet available but the website is taking names and contact information for when the program fully launches.

Head to HTCdev.com to learn more and to sign up for the program!

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3 Comments

  1. DERP
    June 03, 17:02 Reply

    …that take advantage of HTC hardware…
    How does one take advantage of having close to no internal memory?

  2. nportelli
    June 03, 17:23 Reply

    This definitely makes the Flyer more palatable, that and the OnLive news I’ve been seeing.

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