Avg Rating: 4(2)This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including; [0:36] Windows AzureConf 2012 [1:15] Announcing the Latest Release of Office Developer Tools (Grace Kochavi) [2:46] Building quality Windows 8 apps: Important pre-submission checks for your Windows Store apps…
Halloween Insanity with help from the Kinect and Netduino
Avg Rating: 5(3)A Kinect, Netduino and zombie walk into a bar... well... anyway... Today's inspirational video from Dan Thyer shows just how much fun you can have with the Kinect, a Netduino and some cool coding. Kinect with Netduino Halloween InsanityI used the Kinect to control 3 monsters for my Halloween fun!…
AutoCAD integration samples updated for Kinect SDK v1.6
Avg Rating: 5(2)Kean Walmsley, AutoCAD <-> Kinect developer extraordinaire, has updated his AutoCAD integration samples for the latest Kinect for Windows SDK... Updated AutoCAD integration samples for Kinect SDK v1.6As part of my ongoing procrastination around my AU material development – despite which I’m…
KinectContrib Templates updated for Visual Studio 2012
Avg Rating: 5(1)Dennis Delimarsky, Friend of Channel 9, has updated his must use Visual Studio templates for building Kinect for Windows SDK applications... KinectContrib Templates for Visual Studio 2012 Now AvailableIf you develop applications that use the Kinect SDK, you are probably familiar with my project –…
"Exploring the Kinect Developer Toolkit Browser"
Avg Rating: 0Today's post by Tom Kerkhove reminds us about something that's been in the Kinect for Windows SDK "box" for a bit now, but is something we might not have taken as close a look at as we should have... Exploring the Kinect Developer Toolkit BrowserKinect for Windows Developer Toolkit has…
Kinect2Scratch gets a fresh new site and some updates too
Avg Rating: 0While we've highlighted this project in the past, there's been some significant updates to it, getting a new fresh website, new features and more. Shout-out to Stephen Howell's (@saorog) tweet for the heads up about it! Kinect2ScratchProgram the Microsoft Kinect with Scratch. Kinect2Scratch allows…
Kinect @ //build/ "Kinect for Windows Programming Deep Dive"
Avg Rating: 0The final session of our //build/ theme talks, dev, dev and deep diving into Kinect dev (See it's a Level 300, so I had to say "dev" three times... um... well, that's my story anyway... Kinect for Windows Programming Deep DiveIn this 300 level session, we’ll go deep into the aspects of…
Kinect @ //build/ "Super-Natural Interaction"
Avg Rating: 0The second in our //build/ session theme goes beyond the Kinect and shows some out-of-the box ideas... Super-Natural InteractionThe natural interaction movement is gaining momentum. But why stop at “natural”? Spurred by advances in sensing and display technologies, we envision 3D, mixed and…
Kinect @ //build/ "Kinect Design Considerations"
Avg Rating: 0The rest of this week's Gallery posts will be highlighting the three Kinect related session at last week's //build/ conference. Three hours of the latest dev info and tips direct from the horse's mouth, so to speak... Kinect Design ConsiderationsKinect for Windows enables all kinds of new apps &…
Kinecting to the "Past, Present, and Future of Multimodal Input"
Avg Rating: 0Today's inspirational post comes from a recent conference. No, not //build/. Here's a teaser; On Monday, at this years’ Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC), Kinect for Windows’ Oscar Murillo took the stage with a demonstration that showed participants just how much the Kinect sensor has grown…