Part of TelVue's "VideoActive" content series, designed to pull RSS feed information and displaying real-time data driven graphics.
Digichief Licenses RSS and XML Content Feeds - News, Sports, Weather, Trivia
Please watch: "DIY Fidget LED Display - Part 1" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAZIc82Duzk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- This video shows you how to make an RSS feed both from coding and using freeware.
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Smarter Alarm is a talking alarm clock. Instead of hearing an annoying alarm, you'll wake up to the voice of a robotic British woman who will read personalized information to you, like "Jarvis" in Iron Man. Would you like to know if you'll need to dress warmly today? How about the score to last night's basketball game? Smarter Alarm will read information that's important to you, such as weather, your latest emails, Google calendar appointment, sports scores, stock prices, birthdays, the morning's headline news, and your own RSS feeds. Feeds that Smarter Alarm can read to you: - Current and forecast weather - Stock prices - The day's headline news - Sports scores of your favorite teams (NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB) - Your Facebook friends who have birthdays today - Your Google calendar appointments for the day (requires Android 2.0+) - Your Google tasks - Your latest Gmail emails - Your Facebook events in the next 24 hours - Custom RSS feed - What happened on this day in history - Quotes of the day Additional feeds/information will be added to Smarter Alarm in future updates, including traffic, more sports scores, and much more! Please leave in comments what you would like to see! If you would like to help out with translating the app to your language, please goto: http://crowdin.net/project/smarter-alarm
I will show you how fun it is to display live news from a RSS feed in a data driven presentation like a PowerPoint presentation with the DataPoint add-on. DataPoint allows you to display real-time information in your slideshow. You don’t have to interrupt the slideshow to update its content. The newspaper is publishing news articles to their RSS feed and DataPoint will pick up those updates and update them on your screen without interruption on your display. Let’s go to a newspaper and locate its RSS feeds. Here I have a list of the RSS feeds of the New York Times. Let’s pick here the International edition feed and display all this news automatically in a slide show. More information about DataPoint can be found at http://www.PresentationPoint.com/software/datapoint -------------------------------------------------------------- Download Free PowerPoint Digital Signage and other templates here: https://www.presentationpoint.com/templates/ Access our Free online course: "How to Use PowerPoint for Digital Signage" http://presentationpoint.usefedora.com/courses/how-to-use-powerpoint-for-digital-signage -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PresentationPoint Twitter: https://twitter.com/PresentationPnt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PresentationPointChannel LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/3500848 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Presentationpoint
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