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Kinect for Windows V2 SDK: Mouse, Pen, Fingers, Hands

One of the things that Windows 8 did when it came along with its new app development model was to do some unification around the way in which "a device that can point" is represented. In the early days, I found myself often looking for a "Mouse...

Windows Apps & Native WinRT Components Not Packaged as an SDK/Nuget Package

Something I came across this week that I didn't really know how to deal with was the scenario where someone gives you a WinRT component written in C++ and you want to reference it from a .NET project but you don't; have the source for it. have a Nuget...

Playing with Kinect for Windows V2 and Sphero from a Windows 8.1 Store App

This post is really under the category of "hacking for fun". I wanted to knock up a quick demo for a talk about Windows 8.1 apps and I wanted to show that it's possible to connect to interesting bits of kit from an app and the 2 of the "interesting"...

Talk at Native Summit–“Microsoft Has An App Platform With Some Interesting Bits”

I was in London speaking at the inaugural "Native Summit" event yesterday; hosted at the really excellent Genesis Cinema; this was an all-platforms "native app" event with a great line up of speakers; and I put together a talk with a slightly...

A .NET QueryString and Form Data Parser

Querystring and form data parsing and editing is something that I seem to run into from time to time in non-Web applications. Actually, it's easy enough to do simple parsing in Web applications that use System.Web using the HttpUtility.ParseQueryString()...

Kinect for Windows V2 SDK: Hello (BodyIndex, Infra Red) World for the .NET WPF Developer

I've been writing these posts about my beginner's experiments with the Kinect for Windows V2 SDK; Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Jumping In\u2026 Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Color) World Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World for the...

Kinect for Windows SDK V2: Mixing with some Reactive Extensions

I've been writing these posts about my beginner's experiments with the Kinect for Windows V2 SDK; Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Jumping In\u2026 Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Color) World Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World for the...

Kinect for Windows V2 SDK: Hello (Skeletal) World for the .NET Windows 8.1 App Developer

Following on from my previous posts; Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Jumping In\u2026 Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Color) World Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World for the Console Developer ;-) Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World...

Kinect for Windows V2 SDK: Updated WPF Sample with Common Code across 2D/3D

Following on from my previous posts; Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Jumping In\u2026 Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Color) World Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World for the Console Developer ;-) Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World...

Kinect for Windows V2 SDK: Hello (Skeletal) World for the 3D WPF Developer

Following on from my previous posts; Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Jumping In\u2026 Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Color) World Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World for the Console Developer ;-) Kinect for Windows V2 SDK- Hello (Skeletal) World...