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Chronoscope on Android

November 20th, 2007 - Written by Chris Fong in News

Ray Cromwell has posted a blog post with video, showing how they’ve managed to run Chronoscope on the Android SDK emulator.

It required about 8 hours to get this working. Most of the time was spent finding the Android equivalents of Java2D calls, and writing 6 Java classes (the Chronoscope Canvas abstraction layered over Android Graphics API)

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