This is what happens when you have geeks, an industrial robot and a WiiRemote just laying around.
You get a sword-wielding, tennis-playing, WiiMote-controlled robot. From the article, it looks like they used VB.net with a generic joystick driver and used an
interface with a joystick with c# on…
Dan Fernandez has asked the Coding4Fun authors for a little feedback regarding Coding4Fun and now Dan
is asking for some reader feedback regarding making Coding4Fun a blog only site. Coding4Fun has a hybrid blog system right now, however the move would make it full out blog such as
Stephen Walther explains how to
You could go for the nice option of using small noises to help guide a user through their experience on your website or the dancing hamster approach.
Choose wisely webmaster.
With Vista only a matter of days away, it was only a matter of time before someone finally created a
webcam gadget for Vista. Scott Hanselman gives the source code (at the bottom of the article) along with six links to other sites to help build gadgets. If you have more questions, check…
No worry about those bed monsters. Brian Peek created a
computer-controlled R/C car with camera. He used Microsoft Robotics Studios along with some Phidgets to create this mobile camera platform. There is example code for using a Microsoft Xbox 360 controller too! Brian also included code to…
Thinking about getting started with building some xbox 360 games with XNA Game Studio?
Phil Waymouth, an XNA software developer,
shows how with a online video. It covers downloading and install the XNA Game Studio Express, setting up the
XNA Creator Club, running the XNA Game Launcher so…
We've posted in the past about turret guns and motion tracking, however Inventgeek.com actually shows you how to create one. They
quad barrell version and a
single barrel. Using a phidget servo or the
Make controller to pull the trigger and you have a fairly easy, cheap but fun project…
If you're like me, I can't have my power tools with me at all times. Scott Guthrie posted about a
free database publishing wizard a bit ago, however he goes on to
show how to do run a SQL script without an administrative tool.
ASP.Net Ajax (formally known as Atlas) has a
list samples that show off some pretty neat things such as
rounded corners, an
accordion navigation system,
drop downs, and
For more samples, Code Project has a ton of free examples also.
Derek Slager wrote an
example to show off LINQ, language integrated query, using baseball. For those who don't really follow sports, baseball has a state for literally everything. While in Wrigley Field, I've heard people rattle off "He can bat a .405 against a left handed
pitcher on every…