I've used the Intel Laptop Gaming TDK for some c++ little test application...but know I need to use .net framework.
I Know that there isn't a managed version of the library...
I would try to make a c++/cli wrapper to use some of the adhoc api capabilities into the managed world...
How I can make this wrapper?..I've tried to compile a simple wrapper wich only include the AdHoc.h but I got a lot of error..(I've also add "AdHocAPI.lib" into the additional dependencies)
Can you point me out into the right direction?
I have no clue if I'm in right spot. I work for JHU Applied physics lab, and my current project is looking at the centrino wireless capabilties. What the best way to contact intel and see if they can provide me with indepth access such as API into the card.
This this possible? Where do I look? Thanks!
Hi guys, we are working on a project which requries to create an application that will detect the faces of the people and recognize them by matching with the images of the people already stored in the database. The application can be downloaded on smart phone. So we came to know that openCV provides support for face detection and face recognition. But the problem is that we dont know whether openCV can be build on windows Mobile 6 or not. if not how we can modify to get it done.Thanks Rahul Singhal
iRiver video and audio products offer a reliable and innovative choice to the mainstream providers.So more and more people would like to own an iRiver. But how to enjoy the DVDs and videos on iRiver?
My company develops wearable display products and we do a lot of work with Panasonic Toughbooks. I would like to take more control of the configuration of multiple monitors and my research tells me I need the Graphics CUI SDK. How do I get this SDK? I do not see it on any of the download lists.
I am trying to develop an embedded computer system equipped with a WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350 card. Is it possible to control the WiMax portion of the card with my own code? I need tocontrol just about every aspect of the WiMax, including carrier activation and switching between WiFi and WiMax. The target OS is Windows Embedded, running a custom shell so using the Intel utilities that come with the card is out of the question. The custom shell is being written in VB .NET.
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Those Intel Wi-Fi drivers have been giving me all sort of trouble from freezing to BSODs in both Windows Vista SP1 x64 and now in Windows XP SP3. When I only surf they work fine, but if I leave P2P download or upload active for an extended period of time I start having issues with the connection and the OS.
For anyone interested, the Intel 64 and IA-32 Architectures Optimization Reference Manual was recently updated to include a chapter on the Atom CPU. See chapter 12 - Intel Atom Microarchitecture & Software Optimizations.
how can I develope an application for Moblin using Intel Mobile Platform Software Development Kit 1.3 for Moblin*, I have installed Intel Mobile Platform Software Development Kit 1.3 for Moblin* but in the directory /opt/intel/mobile_platform_sdk_opensource_moblin/tools/java there is not any file .jar?