Coding4Fun ArticlesNov 20, 2012 at 1:00 PM5
Michael B. McLaughlin
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For //build/ 2012, we wanted to showcase what Windows 8 can offer developers. There are a lot of projects showing off great things like contracts and Live Tiles, but we wanted to show off some of the lesser known features. This project focuses on one of those: stereoscopic 3D with…
Fresh Paint is an excellent Windows Store App (for Windows 8). It's fun to use, realistic and beautiful ( yes, we really like this app ). In this episode we will meet the developers behind Fresh Paint, Subha Bhattacharyay, Adam Szofran, and Kaushik Barat. Being native developers,…
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Clint discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:26] The latest Kinect for Windows [v1.7] SDK is here [01:38] Windows Azure: New Hadoop service + HTML5/JS (CORS), PhoneGap, Mercurial and Dropbox support (Scott Guthrie), Getting Started with the Mobile…
Nov 07, 2012 at 3:36 PM16
Roberto Sonnino - MSFT
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Want to write a 3D game for Windows 8, but not sure where to start? In this video, we'll show you the Visual Studio 3D Starter Kit, which is now available on the Visual Studio Developer Code Samples site for all editions of Visual Studio 2012 that support writing Windows Store apps,…
In this video, Larry and Gavin go extreme by setting up a dual AMD 7970 CrossFire setup, and then showing a 3:1 1080p (5760x1080) Eyefinity setup with Battlefield 3 running on Windows 8 at up to 146 FPS! For more info, please see the post on the Extreme Windows Blog.
In this video I talk with NVIDIA Senior VP Tony Tamasi about what PC gamers have to look forward to in 2014. This is going to be one exciting year for gaming! Here's a high-level summary of some NVIDIA tech to look forward to in 2014: More powerful GPU technology and efficiencyEnhanced tools…
In this video I talk with Oculus VR VP Nate Mitchell about the future of Oculus VR technology and tries out the Crystal Cove prototype with Valkyrie, a space game designed around the VR experience. You can read the full story on the Extreme Windows Blog.