Honestly, I'm just trying to make the possibilities public knowledge. I'm a back-end coder, great at making things work, but I absolutely suck at design. I also suck at Win32, which is how all this Windows control stuff works.
I may or may not pursue the project. It's up on Codeplex because I'm not allowed to sell it, so it makes sense to open source it. I'll gladly accept anyone who wants to contribute as long as they know (more or less) what they're doing.
I also really hope I'm not the only guy doing this. Building a gesture system is not that hard. Making it work gracefully, despite the lack of grace in human movement; making it work with the underlying OS; those are hard.
No plans for audio. Windows already has a great speech recognition system, and the Kinect has an awesome mic array that Windows detects as a mic array.
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Great video... And great timing; I hadn't heard of URL routing being built into the Framework, and was thinking of something like it for a project I'm working on. Now I can just go look it up. Thanks for a great video.
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System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at EvNet.Services.Emails.SendForgotPassword(EvNetUser User, String email) in
C:\projects\Dev\EvNet\Services\Emails.cs:line 93 at EvNet.Services.MembershipProvider.Users.ResetPassword(String EmailAddress) in C:\projects\Dev\EvNet\Services\MembershipProvider\Users.cs:line 760 at EvNet.Web.Pages.UserResetPassword.ResetButton_Click(Object
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So, did they forget to set CustomErrors="RemoteOnly", or was this in the interest of transparency?
508MB for 30 minutes? Jeez, this better be HDTV quality It's not about the space, it's about having to wait 45 minutes before I can view it cuz of a wierd ActiveMovieWindow popup issue I've been having...