Yearly Archives: 2013

Maemoh Mine and the Asian Conference on Remote Sensing in Bali

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Over the last 3 months we have been working with Maemoh Mine in Lampang and Geo-Informatics and Space Technology at Naresuan University (GISTNU) to develop a tablet-based web application for collecting geological data in Thailand’s largest coal mine. Using an

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Geological survey at Maemoh Mine, Lampang

At 6am this morning, the GISTNU team and the MCL team met to take a minibus to Lampang, all looking rather sleepy. Three and a half hours later, after breakfast and coffee, we were fully awake in the conference room

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MCL Google+ Page and YouTube channel

Watch the Science Week 2013 video on our new Google+ page and YouTube channel.

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Science Week 2013

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Last Sunday our faculty was transformed into a giant temple fair (ngahn wat) for the 24th NU Science Week. The Mobile Computing Lab organised a competition to test student’s reasoning skills on a specially designed Android app (special thanks to

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All New Naresuan University Website

Around three months ago I was approached about developing a new international face for the Naresuan University website.

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Starting tablet science lessons for primary schools in Phitsanulok

With the school term starting two weeks ago, all around the country six year olds are entering school for the first time. A year ago there were few schools with tablets, but now the OTPC project has distributed 800,000, tablets

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The “Road of Love” and Phitsanulok Food Festival

MobComLab at "Road of Love" event

Saturday was the opening night of “Road of Love”, a short film depicting a romantic day in and around Phitsanulok to promote tourism in the area. Before the film we had a brief slot to demonstrate our latest Phitsanulok iPhone

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The One-Tablet-Per-Child @ NU project kicks off

OTPC kick off meeting

Twenty primary school teachers gathered together today at the Faculty of Science to share their experiences of the government’s first year of the One-Tablet-Per-Child (OTPC) project. Our agenda for the Mobile Computing Lab was to obtain valuable feedback and to

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Presentations, posters and prizes

The last couple of weeks have been especially busy. First with the ASEAN Undergraduate Conference on Computing (AUCC) held at Rajamangala University of Technology in Chantaburi. Jenjira Nakrang and Donnapa Yata presented their paper in English on tablet activities for

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Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Phichit for Android launched

Today we are celebrating our first Android app in the Google Play store. Developed by Natthawut Hemathulin as part of his final year project, the app enables tourists to discover all the essential attractions in Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Phichit. Whether

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