Coding4Fun First Quarter 2014 Round-Up
Avg Rating: 0It's been three months already? Wow, seems like the year is just flying by. Anyway, here's the first Coding4Fun Quarterly round-up. Since you and I are figuring this out as we go, I wasn't sure if I should break out March's posts, or just assume you'd catch them in the combined list. To be on the…
IoT Thermal Printer, all with a little Py and Pi
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday has I think zero Microsoft technology in it. No Netduino, no .Net, no C#, nothing. But I thought it was really cool and well, sometimes we really need to look outside of our little Microsoft box anyway, right? Especially when it lets us build cool IoT gadgets... :) Wade…
Getting down and dirty coding with the Kinect for Windows v2
Avg Rating: 0Today Tom Kerkhove takes us back to the Kinect for Windows v2, this time helping us get our hands a little dirty and digging into some (well more than just some!) coding... [Tutorial] Gen. II Kinect for Windows – Basics OverviewAfter a theoretical overview it is time to get our hands dirty and start…
OGRE you ready to build Windows 8.1 games?
Avg Rating: 5(1)Today's Windows Wednesday is in homage to last week's GDC and next week's Build conference, in short building games on Windows 8.1. Michael H.C. Cummings provides us a great getting started guide for build Win 8.1 games with OGRE (Object-Oriented Graphics Rendering Engine). He takes from step 0,…
Face Swap... with a little help from the Kinect for Windows v2
Avg Rating: 0Today's inspirational project is one that I really wish we had the source or download for, and while I try to only focus on projects with such, this was just too cool not to share. It sure wets our appetite for Apache's new library... Swap your face…reallyEver wish you looked like someone else?…
Jitter Filter for the Kinect
Avg Rating: 0Today's project comes to us from Marc Drossaers who teaches us a good bit about jitter, what it is and best of all how we can add a jitter filter to our next Kinect project. This is a smaller piece of a bigger project he's working on, one that I'm sure we'll be highlighting soon.. A Jitter Filter…
Ready for Build?
Avg Rating: 4.5(2)Next week, April 2nd,3rd and 4th, the annual Build conference will be returning to the Moscone Center in San Francisco. For those who couldn't make it, remember much of it is going to be streamed live, like the keynotes, and most of the sessions will be available a day or two after they are held.…
Eight Racer, Window Phone 8 Dagu i-Racer
Avg Rating: 0Been on a little big of a racer kick, I know, but well, here's another! This is the last for a while, I promise (for a week at least... ;). Today Jeff Halbrecht is our builder and he shows off his racer enabled app... Dagu i-Racer Windows Phone 8i-Racer is a Bluetooth enabled Windows Phone 8…
Body Tracking with the Kinect for Windows v2
Avg Rating: 0It's Kinect for Windows v2 Thursday, with another great piece of work from Vangos Pterneas. Today he continues to show us the Body Tracking features and capabilities found in the Kinect for Windows v2 device. Some of the other times we've highlighted Vangos Pterneas's work; Looking at the Kinect for…
The Seven Parts of "HTML 5 Fundamentals"
Avg Rating: 3(1)It's Web Wednesday and today we're going to take a step back and share a series by David Giard, who's going to give us a fundamental look at HTML5. Oh, I know YOU don't need this, but you might have a "friend" who does (cough... like me... cough...). HTML 5 FundamentalsRead this series of…