concept3D Selected as a Google I/O 2012 Developer Sandbox Participant

Boulder, Colo. June 27, 2012 -- concept3D, a leading Google Maps developer, today announced that it will participate in the Google Maps Developer’s Sandbox at Google I/O on June 27 and 28 at Moscone Center in San Francisco. concept3D, which developed CampusBird interactive maps and its easy-to-use map management system, is the only Colorado company to present Google Maps at I/O.

concept3D will be presenting its latest CampusBird map featuring custom Streetview photography, rendered map tiles, and integrated tour builder. Additionally, the map content and media is managed by and editable on CampusBird’s map management system.

Google I/O is focused on the tech world’s latest web, mobile and social breakthroughs and bringing together thousands of developers through presentations and the Developer Sandbox. The Sandbox is a demo area where a wide range of developers who have built applications based on technologies and products are featured at I/O.

The number of Sandbox participants has been limited to 150 partners including Disney, Zynga, iHeartRadio, and Trulia.  Members of the concept3D team, including Oliver Davis, CEO and Co-founder, and Matt Brown, Director of Product Management, will demonstrate the Harvard Business School map, discuss development details for Google Maps API, and answer questions.  

Davis says, “Google I/O is an amazing forum to interact with the best and brightest developers. We are excited to be chosen for our Google Maps development while demonstrating our most recent CampusBird map. Most importantly, we look forward to the opportunity to share and learn best practices with other developers.”

About concept3D
concept3D is a software and services company with competency in large scale media services and web, mobile, and geolocation software development. concept3D offers: professional multimedia services, CampusBird interactive school maps, Atlas map management system and simuwatt energy analysis and assessment tools.  

Source: concept3D