Catfeeder Mobile is a mobile application concept based on Mathew Newton's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder. Mathew's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder is a motor-driven cereal dispenser controlled by user from a web browser. Mathew's brilliant idea solves the most common problem among cat owners: how to feed the cat when none's home. This world's First IPv6 Cat Feeder was recognised by Mac Life Magazine as one of the Top Ten Wonders of the Home Automation World.

Here's I give you a clue on how Mathew's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder works:
 
For more information about Mathew Newton's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder,
please visit newtonnet.co.uk/catfeeder/
Mathew Newton's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder gave me plenty of things to play with in building the mobile application concept; from customisable quick-feeding duration, remotely-accessible video, to the recording of feeds, camera events, and command log.
Mathew's full and detailed explanation about the system helped me a lot as I started to unpack the user interaction flow. Along with the features that already in the system, I've also added social network integration so user can post their feeding activities, share snapshots or recorded live streaming videos. 
 
The user interaction of the application concept is broken down as follows:

Menu 
1. Quick Feeding2. Scheduled Feeding3. Camera4. History
5. System Info

Application Bar
1. Disconnect Power - Cut power to motor (emergency).
2. Restore Power

Context menu
1. Edit/Change
2. Reset/Default
3. Delete/Remove
4. Cancel/Abort
5. Save
6. Move to Archive
7. Settings
8. My Profile
9. Help
Catfeeder Mobile is a mobile application concept adaptation of the Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder by Mathew Newton. Mathew J Newton, Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder - Mark 2. newtonnet.co.uk, 12 January 2012. Available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License, © 2002-2012 Mathew J. Newton. Used with permission from Mathew J. Newton.

For  more information about Mathew Newton's Internet-Enabled Cat Feeder, please visit  newtonnet.co.uk/catfeeder/


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