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  • in reply to: Stock Collections from Consumer Physics #3030
    Anthony
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    I believe I speak for many of us in saying that, after watching the SCIO introductory video & reading through all the material on the website, we had come to the same conclusion that the consumer app was already available, and that the SCIO we received could already be used to scan general materials, and that we’d all have access to that “general” (non-proprietary) scan data being contributed by the developer community in building our own custom apps. For example, one may specialize by creating proprietary scans of various wine/vintages, but they should be able to choose to include general scan data relating to other foods & drinks, enabling their app to be more user friendly & server more than a single specialized purpose.

     

    So what you have started is that, contrary to everything we read on the website, we cannot build apps using community data, but we that only SCIO consumer apps will have access to that community data.

     

    Now, Today, an email was sent out clearly stating that we all have an older generation SCIO v.1.0, and that consumers never received this model, and that all consumers will receive a new model SCIO v1.1. In addition, all scan data built for the SCIO v.1.1 will be not be compatible with the SCIO v.1.0, therefore, the assumption would be that the SCIO v.1.0 that all developers received will likely become obsolete, and never be able to use the upcoming SCIO consumer app?

     

    Keep in mind some of us had just received the SCIO v.1.0 less than 30 days ago – so, in essence, we received obsolete devices that are already useless??

    in reply to: Stock Collections from Consumer Physics #2881
    Anthony
    Participant

    I was looking forward to experimenting with the sample collections as well, especially for building a test app, but the SCiO I just received (& my login that was just created on 3/2/16) are also empty (with the exception of a generic list of unlabeled “hard cheeses” which do not include the ability to initiate a scan to match a cheese sample against the cheese data collection).

     

    Since the SCiO app appears to be driven entirely by the online account used to login, perhaps there was a “glitch” in setting up new accounts for the recipients of the most recent shipment of the SCiOs?

     

    (hopefully we’ll receive an answer or solution to this thread soon!)

     

     

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