Image Resizer for Windows Explorer Shell Extension
Avg Rating: 0Today's Windows Wednesday project is one that's a couple years old, but is a great tool for anyone who does any image/photo resizing (say like someone writing for a Coding4Fun blog ;) This project by Brice Lambson is a Windows Explorer shell extension that besides what is does also provides a nice…
"Kinect for Windows v2 Developer Preview入門 ― C++プログラマー向け連載 [C++ programmer series]"
Avg Rating: 4.5(5)Today's article series and project comes to use from Tsukasa Sugiura,a Kinect Application Developer in Japan who's work we've recently highlighted, "Kinect for Windows SDK 実践プログラミング [Practical Programming]" Today there's more code and an entire new article series on the Kinect for Windows…
Giving Visual Studio a little perspective, with an Eclipse like Perspectives extension
Avg Rating: 0Are you tired of our Visual Studio Extension Monday's yet? No? Good! Because I've got another one for you! MUhahahahaha... (Sorry, last week was a long week... ;) Today Adam Driscoll shares a different view in managing, well, Visual Studio views, with his window management extension, Perspectives…
"The Urban Garden - Adventures in Automated Indoor Gardening"
Avg Rating: 4.5(2)What was that you forgot? Let's see, while you were away at Build or glued to the live streams, there was something you were supposed to do... hum... what was it...? Something green... oh, oh. Plants. You forgot to water your plants! Today's Hardware Friday post might help you next time that…
"Turning Microsoft Kinect into a physical therapy tool"
Avg Rating: 3(1)Today we highlight another example of the Kinect making it possible to provide cutting edge therapy, without a cutting edge price. Microsoft CityNext: Turning Microsoft Kinect into a physical therapy toolIn many cities around world, officials are looking for ways to cope with the cost of caring for…
It's Build Day! In honor, here's a tip to script Visual Studio with PowerShell
Avg Rating: 0In a couple hours, Build 2014 will kick off. Everyone is focused, rightly so, on the keynotes and sessions, which you can catch here, http://channel9.msdn.com. here http://www.buildwindows.com/ and finally http://channel9.msdn.com/events/build/2014, so today, in honor of the many presenters, I'm…
Kinect'ing to you with BioGaming
Avg Rating: 0Today's inspirational project provides another glimpse into how the Kinect continues to impact the medical industry. Who would have thought it was going to have this impact of impact when it was released a couple years ago? Playing for better health with BioGamingHave you ever hurt your back, had a…
Final Kinect for Windows v2 Hardware Revealed
Avg Rating: 4(1)We've been highlighting some of the work being done by those with the early versions of the Kinect for Windows v2 devices. Last week the Kinect for Windows Team reveal the final hardware and more... Revealing Kinect for Windows v2 hardwareAs we continue the march toward the upcoming launch of Kinect…
Coding4Fun First Quarter 2014 Round-Up
Avg Rating: 0It's been three months already? Wow, seems like the year is just flying by. Anyway, here's the first Coding4Fun Quarterly round-up. Since you and I are figuring this out as we go, I wasn't sure if I should break out March's posts, or just assume you'd catch them in the combined list. To be on the…
IoT Thermal Printer, all with a little Py and Pi
Avg Rating: 0Today's Hardware Friday has I think zero Microsoft technology in it. No Netduino, no .Net, no C#, nothing. But I thought it was really cool and well, sometimes we really need to look outside of our little Microsoft box anyway, right? Especially when it lets us build cool IoT gadgets... :) Wade…