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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 Talk [Link removed per request from…
"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: 5(1)Today'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…
Game-O Emulator Community Edition
Avg Rating: 5(1)There's a new KickStarter project that just has days to go (it's fully funded already) that just recently released an emulator... meaning we can start building games and stuff for it, today, free... The project? Open-source programmable hand-held console, FEZ Game-O The emulator? Game-O Emulator…