Johnny Chung Lee has some awesome applications he's done with the WiiMote. He has two examples, the coolest is making a low-cost multi-point interactive whiteboard while the other tracks your fingers
and does a multi-point grid. His code uses
Brian Peek's WiiMote library, DirectX and…
Chad Hower over at Indy Project has built a tool that will give any presentation that extra bang. A PowerPoint presentation tool. Well, it isn't just any presentation tool, it is a WiiMote.
Grab the source or just the binaries.
WiiKey is powered by the
library that Brian…
Windows Home Server now has their SDK available over at MSDN. The Home Server is build on WIndows
and IIS so you get a bunch of API access for free.
Setup: Reference the HomeServerExt.dll in a class library
Settings interfaces (VB, C#, C++)…
You early adopters of Vista may need some help with getting XNA Game Studio Express to run. Dave Weller has created a
how-to on getting the two to make sweet love.
Please note that XNA Game Studio Express is not offically supported on Vista and if something goes wrong, no one can support…
Looking for some wireless serial devices? The guys over at Trossen's Robotics have found five
Serial bluetooth Adapters tha can communicate via your serial port. If you combine those with some motors, you have a very simple robot. Throw on an axe and you have a
If you can't figure out how to get your Wiimote to talk to your computer, try a
Phidget 3-Axis Accelerometer. I love the inexpensive phidgets to help aid in getting hardware solutions solved quick and easy. Now you design devices that can tell where they are and what their …
Daron Yöndem over at Code Project posted an application that
creates a thumbnail image of a website in Visual Basic. Daron e xposes the WebBrowser object in the System.Windows.Forms class then calls the DrawToBitmap method to create the image.
If you would like it in C#, you…
Martin Schray informed about a
MapPoint web service wrapper. The wrapper helps reduce the learning curve of using the MapPoint Web Services and provides an easy way to get up and working almost instantly. No
need to install MapPoint also, you just need an Internet…
Andrew Rudson managed to get his RockBand drums working on his PC and created a sweet 3D interface for it. He has an installer for it and it uses DirectX 9.0c. You can pick sounds and record your finished
creation too. I'm personally going to do all cowbells.
Chesnokov Yuriy has a demo on
edge detection in images with a wavelet transform. The code is written in C++ and is a very interesting read. He has other image processing articles on Coding Project too.