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David Renton's Kinect Games v5 now available and updated for the Kinect for Windows v1 SDK, v1.8

Greg Duncan | Coding4Fun | Vydáno dnes v 15:25
David Renton, Kinect MVP and Friend of the Gallery has updated his cool Kinect for Windows v1 games to use the features of the v1.8 SDK..

Kinect Games v5 using Kinect SDK v1.8

This update has been coming for a long time and was actually pretty much complete before the summer, but I’ve been so busy with my new role at College that I haven’t had a second to package it up and get it out. The new version of my Kinect educational games makes use of the latest Kinect SDK (v1.8) for the original Kinect for Windows, using the new SDK brings some performance boasts in itself. However the main thing that this release adds is the new X-Ray mode in my NoNeed4Green program (the green screen without a green screen). Press X once to show a skeleton overlaid on whoever is standing in front of Kinect, press it again to show just a skeleton avatar. I’m sure all you innovative educators out there can think of uses for this in the classroom.Download the new version of Kinect Games from here. It requires Windows 7 or Windows 8 and a Kinect for Windows v1 or Kinect for XBOX360 with external power supply.image...
Project Information URL: http://drenton72.wordpress.com/2014/08/27/kinect-games-v5-using-kinect-sdk-v1-8/Contact Information:


Storage QoS v Hyper-V 2012 R2

blogCZSK | TechNet Blog CZ, SK | Vydáno dnes v 08:26
Windows Server 2012 R2 uvedený v loňském roce přinesl mnoho novinek. Velké množství bylo cíleno především na potřeby virtualizace serverů. Vyberme dnes jednu z mnoha, která ale může mít zásadní...(read more)

Hosting your own Visual Studio Gallery with the Inmeta Visual Studio Gallery

Greg Duncan | Coding4Fun | Vydáno včera v 15:26
In the United States, today is Labor Day so I thought I'd not only highlight something Visual Studio related but also some kind of labor saving project. I scanned my queue, looked at a few projects and while they were interesting, they just didn't feel right. Then at the bottom of the list, there it was, today's post. I've had it queued for many months, waiting for the right time...Why this project on Labor Day? It's something that can save you a good bit of labor, help you in your day to day dev world and it's just kind of cool.Cool? Imagine your own, inside-the-firewall nuget gallery. You can use this to help manage version hell with third party components, or share components on networks that are not connected to the internet, but more importantly you can use this to provide a very cool in-house way to share your components with your peers and teamsThere are commercial (with free community editions) products to do this, like ProGet that might be more feature complete, but we get the source with this one! woot!Sure you can share packages, create Private Galleries, with just via file shares or atom feeds, but having a web site to search, upload, download and edit is nice and professional feeling. Sure it's not a complete Visual Studio Gallery site, but it's much better than a file share and since you've got the source, you can make it one!

Inmeta Visual Studio Extension Gallery – version 2.0

This year at the second MVP summit I presented a new solution for hosting a private extension gallery. Since then I have finished up the code and put it up on the CodePlex site so you can use it as you want to.In this blog post I will walk through the background and how you deploy and use the solution.Note: The sourcecode is available at http://inmetavsgallery.codeplex.com/ as a new 2.0 release. I have branched the original source code so that it is still available.BackgroundLittle more than a year ago, I blogged about how to host your own private gallery for hosting Visual Studio extensions. The solution that I put up on CodePlex (http://inmetavsgallery.codeplex.com/) was a ASP.NET web service that scans a folder or share and generates the corresponding Atom Feed XML that Visual Studio expects when browsing extensions, using the Extension Manager. See the blog post for details on how this works.Although this solution works fine (we are using it internally at Inmeta) there are some things that have been nagging me:
  • There is no easy way to upload or update extensions.
  • Since the file system is the data storage, the service rescanned the whole structure on every request, which could become a bottleneck when the number of clients and/or extensions increase
  • I miss some of the features that are available in the “real” Visual Studio Gallery, such as showing the number of downloads and the average rating of each extension
The last bullet is what made start looking at how this works in Visual Studio. As you know Visual Studio comes with two extension galleries by default, the Visual Studio Gallery and the Samples

Office 365 Management Pack pro SC 2012 R2

blogCZSK | TechNet Blog CZ, SK | Vydáno včera v 08:26
Společnost Microsoft uvolnila první oficiální Management Pack pro Office 365 určený pro System Center Operations Manager 2012 R2. Pokud využíváte služeb Office 365 a zároveň používáte SCOM...(read more)

web.py – autentizace a autorizace

Petr Horáček | Zdrojak | Vydáno včera v 08:26
webpy
V dnešním díle se budeme věnovat správě uživatelů a přístupových práv, tedy autentizaci a autorizaci. Pomocí frameworku web.py a rozšiřujícího modulu si vytvoříme jednoduchou aplikaci vyžadující přihlášení. Také si popíšeme základy přechovávání uživatelských jmen a hesel.

Coding4Fun August 2014 Round-Up

Greg Duncan | Coding4Fun | Vydáno 29. srpna 2014
Summer comes to a close, another month has past and we're starting the run-up to the holiday season (wow, already?). This past month was a great one for the Kinect for Windows v2 and we had a number interesting Visual Studio extensions highlighted...

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Unity, Unity and some Visual Studio too
"Encourage" Visual Studio Extension
Bots, Visual Studio and Arduino in "Programming Robotic Systems with Visual Studio"
No waffling here... SideWaffle and a step-by-step guide to create Visual Studio Item Templates
MonoGame for Windows 8 tutorial and ton's of new samples too
Hardware hands for Software fingers...
A View to an Adornment... Creating a Visual Studio Viewport Adornment Extension
From XNA to DirectX/DirectXTK, a Bizzy Bee conversion series
Live Broadcast “Windows Compatible Hardware Development Boards” Event this coming Monday (Aug 25, 2014)
IL Support Extension v2.0
"A Stroll Through Node..."

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Kinect for Windows v2 on a Mac? Oh yeah...
Kinect for Windows v2 Transformer Game Project
Kinetisense and Kinect app development the right way
Break Out with Kinect-Breaker
Kinect Controlled Creepy Cat Eyes
Hello (Kinect for Windows v2) World Series
Tv2 - Terminator, Kinect for Windows v2 conversion...
A USB3 tip for non-USB3 Laptops in the Kinect for Windows v2 world...
Executive toy remake with help from Unity3D and Kinect for Windows v2
Kinect for Windows v2 SDK Updated (Now with

Aplikační okénko: SYNOT liga

blogCZSK | TechNet Blog CZ, SK | Vydáno 29. srpna 2014
Aplikace SYNOT liga je jedinou oficiální aplikací nejvyšší české fotbalové soutěže. Díky ní budete mít možnost být v neustálém kontaktu nejen s SYNOT ligou...(read more)

Aplikační okénko: SYNOT liga

vyvojar | MS DPE | Vydáno 29. srpna 2014
Aplikace SYNOT liga je jedinou oficiální aplikací nejvyšší české fotbalové soutěže. Díky ní budete mít možnost být v neustálém kontaktu nejen s SYNOT ligou...(read more)

Kinect for Windows v2 Face Tracking Managed and Native

Greg Duncan | Coding4Fun | Vydáno 28. srpna 2014
Peter Daukintis, Microsoft Technical Evangelist, recently posted about Face Tracking with the Kinect for Windows v2. What was a little different is that he posted both managed and native looks...

Face Tracking – Kinect 4 Windows v2

Since working on the virtual rail project I haven’t had much chance to carry out much in the way of Kinect programming. That all changes now since I ordered a Kinect 4 Windows v2 as I have been hacking away over the last few weeks and wanted to share my experiences here. I don’t intend to cover anything introductory so for that please see the Programming for Kinect for Windows v2 Jumpstart videos here http://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Programming-Kinect-for-Windows-v2 and also the blog series here http://mtaulty.com/CommunityServer/blogs/mike_taultys_blog/archive/tags/Kinect/default.aspx as Mike takes you right from opening the box to getting dancing skeletons and onwards to whichever direction it takes him.I’m going to ease into this gently with a look into face tracking and I’m going to start out with Managed c# code within a Windows Store application but I suspect that this might change as I learn how best to translate the concepts over to native c++ code. I have been re-learning c++ for a while now and have taken the opportunity also to look into DirectX 11 so I expect a lot of my future samples to go in this direction....
Reactive Extensions
For me, Reactive Extensions is a natural fit for Kinect programming in an event driven application as it removes the need to think about the mechanics of how to compose and orchestrate the associated event streams. A similar example to that above but using Rx shows how to subscribe to an Observable and shows how to specify which threading context the subscription and event delivery should occur on....
Face Detection
It is necessary to use the tracking ID of the body to start the face tracking and also I will need to get colour frames (so we can see the face). As a result I will use a MultiSourceFrameReader which I will ask to deliver body and colour frames in the same event (at the same time). The body data will contain the skeletons in the camera’s view but we just require to get a tracking ID from he body data which is required for face tracking. The colour frames will be copied into a WriteableBitmap for display.  ...For the Face frame handler I will hook up the data for the bounding box to a display rectangle and whether the face is happy and/or engaged with the camera will be represented by some simple ui controls.Here’s a screenshot of the resulting sample running:image[Click through to see all the source and more]
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Nasazujeme Exchange 2013 SP1 - díl 5.

blogCZSK | TechNet Blog CZ, SK | Vydáno 28. srpna 2014
Vítejte u čtvrtého dílu seriálu, který se zabývá nasazením a optimalizací Microsoft Exchange Serveru 2013 SP1. První díl seriálu Druhý díl seriálu...(read more)
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