Programming the Kinect for Windows [v2] Jump Start, July 15th
Avg Rating: 3.75(4)Friends of the Gallery, Ben Lower and Rob Relyea are hosting a free, live, day long Jump Start just for you, the Kinect for Windows v2 developer... Programming the Kinect for Windows Jump StartDevs, are you looking forward to building apps with Kinect for Windows v2 this summer? In this Jump Start,…
Kinect Common Bridge v2 Beta now available
Avg Rating: 0With the coming release of the Kinect for Windows v2 device, which you can pre-order now, we should start seeing more of our favorite frameworks, utilities and tools being updated. We've highlighted Kinect Common Bridge a couple times before, Kids, Kinect, Cinder and some C++ too... Meet the…
Thousands of code samples at your finger tips
Avg Rating: 0Code, code, code. That seems that's all we blog about here! Yeah, I know, how awesome is that! :) Today we're revisiting my favorite code repository, one that's been providing code samples for years now. Yet beyond samples, the team also provides cool ways to search, browse, access and share them.…
Cet MicroWPF - WPF for Netduino (Plus) 2 and the FTDI FT800 Eve
Avg Rating: 4.25(4)This is a project from Mario Vernari that I've been wanting to blog about, but was waiting (and wait and waiting... ;) on him to release the source. Well now, Woot! Netduino + FT800 Eve = MicroWPFThe spare time is few, but step by step the target is getting closer. It’s a been I’ve started…
Kinect Cursor WPF Control
Avg Rating: 4.5(2)Today Friend of the Gallery is back, today with a cool control you can use in your next Kinect for Windows WPF app. Other recent Gallery Posts for Vangos Pterneas; Understanding the Kinect Coordinate Mapping, with a little help from Vangos PterneasLooking at the Kinect for Windows v2Color, depth and…
Marmalade SDK 7.3 for Windows now has a free license available
Avg Rating: 4(3)When at Build, one of the vendors I seem to hang out with most is the team from Marmalade. Last year we highlighted them here, Something tasty for the new year? Made with Marmalade! They are kind of a dark horse in the Windows world and their product is just kind of cool. But I've been giving them a…
"The Future of Kinect"
Avg Rating: 5(3)The Future of KinectZombies don’t have to be scary – especially when kids can create them in their own image. Using the Kinect for Windows v2 sensor and an app called YAKiT, children can step into the role of the undead and see it come to life using performance-based animation. Like so many who use…
Pre-order your Kinect for Windows v2 now!
Avg Rating: 0It's here, finally! The Kinect for Windows v2 device is now available for pre-order, while supplies last. Buy it today, get it in July and the beta of the Kinect for Windows SDK. What, you're still here? Go get it! Pre-order the v2 sensor Pre-order your Kinect for Windows v2 sensor We are pleased…
Pick a color, any... "Integrated Color Picker for Visual Studio IDE"
Avg Rating: 5(2)Today's Visual Studio Extension is more of a "teach you how to fish" kind of extension as anything. As he does so well, Shemeer NS, of Shemeer's World of Programming, has posted another project where he leverages another Control to create a Visual Studio addin that fits just what he needs,…
.NET Micro Framework, Azure Service Bus and your own IoT OBD Recorder
Avg Rating: 4.75(6)Today's Hardware Friday comes to use from Markus Horstmann and provides another example of hooking your Netduino, .Net Micro Framework project to the Cloud via the Azure Service Bus and the AMQP.Net Lite library. OBD Recorder for .Net Micro Framework with ServiceBus, AMQP (for IoT)This sample…