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Posted 8 Oct 2012

Lotto-Matic-Ultra: Win the lottery using Your Ultrabook Senses

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Win the lottery using Your Ultrabook Senses
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Introduction

Tired of using boring applications to select your lottery numbers. Tired of pressing a button to randomly acquire numbers to play the lottery.

Why not let the Ultrabook pick the winning numbers for the next lottery, using all his senses. How about doing it more exciting and fun.  With the sensory capabilities of the Ultrabook, now You'll have a better and Fun way to pick your lottery numbers.  

Application Main Menu  

 

Early developing stages, Generating Numbers, Tes

Feutures 

  • Give a jolt to your Ultrbook to choose your winning numbers. 
  • Select numbers from a mountain of numbers sliding them with your fingers. 
  • Select Your numbers from a Drop Disc Kind of game.  
  • Check what Lottery Games are available on Your Area using Geolocation.
  • Share the selected numbers with Your friends in different social media pages.
  • Application Images.. Coming Soon!!!

Background  

This Application Its under development using App Game Kit for the Ultrabook and Window 8 (Desktop) In Mind.  Using the new implemented functionality added recently to the scripting language, Its going to be easy to implement the sensor functionality that we are looking to use in this application.

Using the code  

To use this code You need App Game Kit (AGK v 1.08 )

Check for sensors available in the the device:    

//Geolocation: Get Country to set an image depending on it
if (GetGeolocationExists())
    country$ = GetRawGeoCountry()
    geoMessage$ = "Geolocation Available: Country -" + country$
else
    geoMessage$ = "Geolocation Not Available"
endif
 
 
//LightSensor: Get the light level to set the ambient light in real time
if (GetLightSensorExists ())
    setViewportLight = GetRawLightLevel()
    lSensorMessage$ = "Light Sensor Available: Level -" + str(setViewportLight)
else
    lSensorMessage$ = "No Light Sensor Available"
endif
 





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I'm a Web Developer working for the Government of Puerto Rico. My interest go from, reading a book to Game Indie Programing. If You ever need some advice on anything Web related Just let know.

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