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Introduzione a Intel Perceptual Computing SDK: HelloCam!

Quando si approcia ad un nuovo linguaggio di sviluppo o ad un nuovo SDK, di solito, il primo programma che si scrive viene chiamato "Hello World!". In questo caso si tratta di un primo esempio di come utilizzare le funzionalità dell'SDK Perceptual relativamente alle feture della WebCam e, quindi, il nome non può che essere "Hello Cam!".

Un pò di architettura

Nella seguente figura è rappresentato il modello dell'architettura su cui si fonda Perceptual SDK.

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  • Windows* Store App Features and Differentiators

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    This article highlights the key features of Microsoft Windows* 8 operating system. It provides a summary of the differentiating features of Windows Store apps running on Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom™ processors. One objective of this article is to serve as an introductory reference for application developers new to Windows 8.

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  • Remote Debugging Windows 8 Apps to Intel Tablets from Ultrabook or Laptop Host

    One of the first things I wanted to see when I got my new Intel Tablet was to test some of the apps I develop for my Ultrabook.  Initially I packaged the app, saved to a USB drive then, inserted that into my Tablet and installed.  However as I made minor tweeks and changes that solution was too cumbersome. If you are like me and do a lot of trial and error tweaking, a new build for eacg test is not a sustainable option.

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