.NET Micro Framework
More Machine 2 Machine with M2Mqtt. Now with SSL/TLS and async events
Avg Rating: 0In today's Hardware Friday post we're revisiting the work of Paolo Patierno and his cool M2Mqtt client library, Machine 2 Machine with a MQTT .Net Library. He's continued to drive it forward, adding new features and capabilities. One of the best, IMHO, is its SSL/TLS support. One the things that…
Technology and Friends and the Kinect, C#, Netduino and robots!
Avg Rating: 0In this videocast we spend some quality time with a budding Kinect developer... Episode 254: Brian and Stephen Sherwin on Controlling your Robot Army with C#, NetDuino and KinectWith the help of this father Brian, Steven Sherwin programmed a robot to respond to commands from a computer and from a…
Location Clock with help from MyGeotab
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday project Pieter Venter is one that I thought kind of neat. It uses a commercial GPS tracking device and their REST API to create a "location clock". Unfortunately there's no code, but I still dig the idea behind it. Making Machines TalkWhat if we had an appliance in…
"Learning to Program in Visual Basic and.NET Gadgeteer"
Avg Rating: 0No, no Windows 8.1 stuff. No HID stuff. While that stuff is cool and now that Windows 8.1 is generally available, nope, not today's target. Today, we're going to take a step back and focus on learning... On how you can learn, and teach (or is it teach and learn? whatever...) programming and hardware…
TWC9: Azure, Windows 8 Eye Tracking, Kinect, BrowserSwarm and more
Avg Rating: 4.75(3)This week on Channel 9, Clint and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:29] Windows Azure Enhancements (Scott Guthrie) [02:04] Using Windows 8 with Eye Tracking Technology (Daniel Hubbell) [02:52] Microsoft uses Kinect to let you navigate Windows using air gestures (Tom Warren)…
No need to hide from HID - End-to-end Windows Runtime HID Motion-Sensor
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday post is one that I thought had a number of cool and fun possibilities. Plus, anything that combines Windows 8.1, Netduino, C# and the chance to say "HID" can't be all that bad, can it? Sample motion-sensor, firmware and Windows Runtime app for HIDThis end-to-end…
Microsoft @ Maker Faire 2013 NYC
Avg Rating: 0Microsoft had a huge presence this year at Maker Faire 2013 in NYC! People visiting the Microsoft Maker Faire tent got to get hands-on with a wide range of cool tech like Project Spark, an animatronics workshop, the Coding 4 Fun Boxing Bots, and more. Makers got to see and experience technology that…
Gadgeteer Internet of Things API
Avg Rating: 0I came across this CodePlex project recently, and given Gadgeteer is pretty cool, the Internet of Things is pretty cool and have lots of source is cool, well... Gadgeteer - Internet of ThingsAPI Internet of Things is emerging as a reality as we are moving into an era where technology and internet…
"Netduino Home Automation Projects [for Lazy Boys]"
Avg Rating: 5(1)Today's Hardware post comes from Friend of the Blog, Matt Cavanagh, and isn't just one project, but a bunch! I rarely post books here, but when Matt let me know that his new book just came out, well... And best of all, there's a free chapter in the deal for you too! Netduino Home Automation Projects…
AGENT.Contrib - AGENT, Community and you!
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday post is one that I promised to do a couple weeks ago, The AGENT Emulator & Bluetooth and again takes us back to the AGENT SmartWatch, You don't have to be a Secret Agent to develop for the AGENT SmartWatch (You just have to read this...) But today, it's code. And you. And…