Over at Trossen Robotics Forums, I became aware of a sweet USB turret with the ability to track multiple targets. They built it using Phidgets (they are on our
holiday gift guide) and a few other parts.
In addition to just servos, I found out via
Trossen Robotics you can use a servo…
If you're not sure what you need for this holiday season, look no further. After a year of coding and drinking soda in far too large quantities, the Coding4Fun team has released the 2007 Coding4Fun Holiday gift guide!
Did we miss something? Comment or contact us and we'll…
Feeling a bit lost with Visual Studio 2008 Express? Don't worry, we've got our crossing guard badges
and created videos MSDN to help out!
From the basic tours of creating your first application to using
LINQ (pronounced link)! There will be more videos added in the future…
I couldn't solve the easy version of the Rubik's cube, maybe with a hammer I'll be able
to solve the Cube21 sided version.
Pavel Šavara however solved the Cube21 programmatically with C++, CLI, WPF, SQL, WCF, and ASP + Ajax. Pavel goes into some detail on his methods and…
I got a webcam for doing conferencing at work and wanted to do some development with it. I had the problem
of the sample source code I would try out didn't work. These were examples using WIA.
THEN I found
Mark Schmidt's awesome vista gadget using a webcam. His example uses…
I know everyone has been playing with the beta of Visual Studio 2008 but you don't have to any longer! Visual Studio 2008 Express flavors have been released into the wild for everyone to enjoy.
Visual Basic Express Edition – productivity tool for first time or casual Windows…
If you're an XNA developer that has been looking for a quick way to develop a 3D engine, look no further than the
QuickStart Engine. The community designed it to help a programmer create a 3D game in XNA Game Studio as quickly as possible. It can be found over on Codeplex…
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.
Have you ever wanted to change the world and beat some of the best teams across the world while doing it? If you answered "YES!" then the
Imagine Cup is the place for you.
What is the Imagine Cup? The Imagine Cup is a world-wide student technology competition that aims to…
Chris Gray had done a video for
Channel 9 on developing and customizing Windows Home Server. The source code examples he showed off can be found at the
Channel 9 SandBox also.
What is even neater about some of the newer stuff WHS will be releasing soon is the ability to use the notification…