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  1. Jickler Presented To: Core Presented By: Baiju Chandran T Date : 26th Dec, 2011

  2. About this application •  A real-time evaluation system that respond to students. Is the one among the N features of this application. • This system is based on Bluetooth data exchange. • Bluetooth is a proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (approximately 10 meters) from fixed and mobile devices, creating personal area networks (PANs) with high levels of security. Created by telecoms vendor Ericsson in 1994, it was originally conceived as a wireless alternative to RS-232 data cables.

  3. Application flow Duly filled answer sheet(5) Remove (2) Answer Sheet Template(4) Enroll (1) Enrollment/Removal message (3) Result

  4. Computer Fundamentals - Objective Questions • UNIVAC is ? • Universal Automatic Computer • Universal Array Computer • Unique Automatic Computer • CD-ROM stands for ? • Compact Data Read Only Memory • Compact Disk Read Only Memory • ALU is ? • Arithmetic Logic Unit • Array Logic Unit • VGA is ? • Video Graphics Adapter • Visual Graphics Array • Video Graphics Array • MICR stands for ? • Magnetic Ink Character Reader • Magnetic Ink Code Reader • Magnetic Ink Cases Reader

  5. Where can we fit this application • Can Use as a real time Classroom Response System • Voting • Automate the feed back system in class room and in corporate environment. • Automate the descriptive type feedback system. By integrating or developing a rubric system which should be capable on giving a MIS reports. • ???????????? Wish all of us can brainstorm on this

  6. Technology • The Java APIs for Bluetooth is a Java ME specification for APIs that allow Java midlets to use Bluetooth on supporting devices. The specification was developed under the Java Community Process as JSR 82. • What is JSR-82? JSR-82 is a standard defined by the Java Community Process for providing a standard to develop Bluetooth applications in Java. It is an open and non-proprietary standard for developing Bluetooth applications. The JSR-82 API hides the complexity of the Bluetooth protocol stack, by exposing a simple set of Java API’s. Capabilities of JSR-82 • Manage the Local Bluetooth Device settings. • Discover other Bluetooth devices in the neighbourhood. • Connect to any of those Bluetooth service and communicate with it. • Register a Bluetooth service on the Local Bluetooth Device, so that other Bluetooth devices can connect to it. • Manage and control the communication connections. • Pre-Requisites : - To develop a Bluetooth application in Java using the JSR-82, you need to have the following • JSR-82 Compliant Bluetooth Stack. • Local Bluetooth Device.

  7. About Clicker What is a clicker? A clicker is basically a device used for gathering data or information from a group of people. For example a group of teachers or students. The information results of a question or poll can then be displayed back to the group in the form of a chart or graph. One of the greatest benefits of the clicker is the results are often instantaneous!

  8. BlueCove JSR-82 Emulator module Jicklier is build on BlueCove version 2.1.0  Generic Connection Framework (GCF), a J2ME API that provides broad support for connection types

  9. Why this name Jickler? There already exists a product called jClicker • jClicker is a set of web page files, a few button images, and JavaScript code that will allow you to easily assemble and create a slide show presentation in a web browser. You do not need any knowledge of HTML or JavaScript to create your own slide shows. Design team organization and Resource training • jclicker is used to view a slide show, the jClicker needs only a JavaScript-capable web browser such as NetScape Navigator (version 6.x or newer is recommended) or Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 4.0 or newer).

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  11. Thank You