Online versions of the reference manuals and guides for the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK 2013 are linked below. These manuals include API references as well as additional information on how to add perceptual computing usages to your apps. The documents below are also installed on your PC as part of the SDK installation under the ‘doc’ directory.
If you are developing apps targeting the Windows 8/Ultrabook platform you may be interested in learning more about how to integrate the Intel WiDi technology into your apps. First, let me point out that the SDK/drivers have not yet been updated on the Intel download sites for support of Ultrabooks/Tablets based on the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors, codenamed Ivy Bridge. I will be updating this blog as more information becomes available. The topics I will cover here are:
In the first article of this series, we talked about creating enhanced applications to make them touch friendly, since any application for Windows 7* is automatically touch enabled on Windows 8* desktop mode. We saw how to create an XAML/C# application and use the TouchDown event and the TouchPoint structure. We also spoke about how Windows 7 applications running on Windows 8 desktop are automatically touch enabled. The system will take care of translating a touch into a mouse click.
Download Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK - Getting Started Guide Version 1.0 [PDF 632KB]