"Cortana, what's new?" "There are new code samples..."
Avg Rating: 5(3)You're building a Windows Phone app, you've seen the cool things Cortana can do, like speak Klingon, so of course, you want to integrate Cortana into your next app. But how? Funny you should... Cortana Integration and Speech Recognition: New Code SamplesThe blog post was authored by Steve White,…
Augmented reality sand table, Kinect powered
Avg Rating: 5(2)Having been the grunt behind having to create sand tables (a few decades ago) when I saw this I was immediately impressed and could see the potential. Now THIS is my tax dollars at work! Microsoft's Kinect aids in 'augmented reality sand' mapping tool for Marines, Army Video game technology has…
Kinect Studio and a Harmonica Player
Avg Rating: 5(4)Today we have two from Taulty, Mike Taulty, a long time Friend of the Blog (six+ years!) continues to share his Kinect for Windows v2 finds... One is a Kinect powered Harmonica Player the other a great look at the Kinect Studio Two recent times he's been highlighted; Kinect to Fingers, hands,…
Get live diff's with Git Diff Margin Visual Studio Extension
Avg Rating: 5(5)If you're using Visual Studio with a Git'd project, you'll want to check out today's Visual Studio Extension. If you've wanted to see how a Visual Studio Extension can hook into the edit window margin, you'll want to check out today's Visual Studio Extension. Wanted to hook into the scroll bar?…
Visual Studio 2013, VS "14" .NET Micro Framework Support is here!
Avg Rating: 5(4)Today's Hardware Friday is great news for hardware hackers that are Visual Studio 2013 fans... .NET Micro Framework now supports Visual Studio 2013Today the .NET Micro Framework team is releasing a beta update of the .NET Micro Framework SDK that adds support for Visual Studio 2013. The release also…
Carbonite and 3D print yourself with the Kinect for Windows v2
Avg Rating: 0Rob Miles, Coding4Fun Friend, who we've been highlighting here at C9 since at least 2008 is at it again, this time merging a couple of his favorite things, the Kinect for Windows v2 and 3D printing... Put Yourself in Carbonite with Kinect 2 If you've seen the movie Star Wars 2/5 (The Empire Strikes…
"Bill Fink on Kinect for Windows"
Avg Rating: 0Technology And Friends hosted by David Giard recently interviewed Bill Fink, Microsoft Technical Evangelist, where, as you guessed it, they talk Kinect for Windows... Episode 335 - Bill Fink on Kinect for WindowsMicrosoft Technical Evangelist Bill Fink describes some cool things you can do using the…
2C24U (Two Construct 2 posts for you)
Avg Rating: 4(3)It's been a while since we've highlighted Construct 2, the cross platform game maker, Jump into HTML game dev with the free Construct 2, so when I saw today's items I had to get them out to you as soon as I could... Today we've got a great series from MVA that will jump start your Construct 2 effort…
Smiling? Sad? Analyzing Facial Expressions with the Kinect for Windows v2
Avg Rating: 5(3)Tom Kerkhove, Microsoft MVP and Friend of the Gallery, continues his recent work with the Kinect for Windows v2 Device and SDK, Capturing Facial Expressions with the Kinect for Windows v2, today going beyond just capturing facial expressions, but actually analyzing them... Analyzing expressions with…
Coding4Fun Third Quarter 2014 Round-Up
Avg Rating: 5(2)I love these Round-Up posts. Even though I am knee deep into this blog, these round-up's help me see the bigger picture, the forest from the trees and all that. Just a couple more months and we'll have our annual round-up. That's going to be a serious number of posts! Also, we're about a month away…