Toni did something most people wouldn't have. He programmed
Guitar Hero in his Commodore 64, which he calls Shredz64.
Here are a few of the features:
The ability to play (many) SID files, including ones added by the player. The ability to edit "notes" (the buttons that scroll during…
at SOA pit stop, they found a very interesting find that I didn't even know existed. Some hidden
Zune API's you can develop against.
They mention there are a few objects you can get to.
ZuneLibrary ZuneQueryList ZuneQueryItem
Which lets you do stuff like
RobotTurk is a system that was developed with the Istanbul Municipality and Microsoft that helps provide live video to disaster struck regions. Using unmanned aerial helicopters equipped with an eBox computer running Microsoft Robotic Studio, one can get
a live stream along with exact…
Thomas Stockwell created one of my favorite games,
Tetris, in Visual Basic with a multiplayer aspect to it. Thomas talks about collision detection, animations, what happens when a line is completed, along with a few other points.
I think this would be a wonder project to port so it can work on a…
done minimal WPF work myself due to lack of time, I found an interesting thing on
Rudi Grobler's post regarding the Wiimote and WPF.
Rudi points out that with WPF, you can bind by implementing the INotifyPropertyChanged interface. When a property changes, the UI updates too. Rudi only…
Xbox LIVE Community Games
Ever wonder how you can get your game published? Didn't make the
Dream, Build, Play finalists last year (It is starting up again for this year!) but still want your friends to play it?
Don't worry, the XNA and Xbox Live teams now have Community Games. The games made…
Are you student in need of some Microsoft software? Still in high school or your college doesn't have access to MSDNAA? Don't worry since
Microsoft just launched DreamSpark over on Channel 8.
So what is DreamSpark exactly? It is a student program that will make a broad range of development and…
We've been asked a few times to
create a screen scraper, however, the
ASP.Net Library site has created a way of screen scraping. They parse the HTML and find the tables in it and directly convert those to Data Sets for your program to consume.
Their demo uses pre-done HTML, however they include…
One of my biggest problems when getting bubble gum are the white ones. I hate them. Thanks to Bubkas, this isn't a problem anymore since they created a Lego NXT bubble gum sorter. I wonder what the big O notation is for this bubble sort?