My name is Paolo Olivo, I am 28 and I am software developer at Mito S.r.l. My work is currently focused on developing software applications for georeferencing of geographic and aerial images and coding software components for the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) mission planning of the project SMAT-F2. In the past I also worked as software engineer R&D at INRIA (French national research centre) in Lille, where I developed the toolkit Boing.
In this website I keep records of the projects I'm currently working on, or that I worked on in the past. If you find something interesting, do not hesitate to contact me.
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- Feb 14, 2013 - I left LinkedIn.com and Academia.edu.
- Jan 15, 2013 - Hired at Mito S.r.l. as software developer!
- Nov 14, 2012 - Presented the toolkit Boing at FITG 2012 (Video).
- Sept 10, 2012 - First public release of the toolkit Boing.
Boing is a Python 3 toolkit designed to support the development of multi-touch and gesture enabled applications. Boing enables to create pipelines for connecting different input sources to multiple target destinations (e.g. applications, logs, etc.) and eventually process the transfered data.
The Stimtac is a touchpad with programmable friction that can provide to the user a tactile feedback about the application interface.
Digital Museum: a multi-touch tabletop system for browsing image databases, conceived for museums and art gallery exhibitions.
Digital Blackboard: a multi-touch paint application where you can use your fingers or real brushes.