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RealSense - Your Face as a Game Controller using Javascript
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 08/12/14 0
Note: JavaScript* has been decoupled specifically for Intel® RealSense™ SDK R3. To enable JavaScript* support, please follow the tutorial. One of the things I've been most excited about with the Intel(R) RealSense(TM) SDK is your ability to create javascript application.  It's one of the first t...
Ultimate MakerSpace Launches at Intel Developer Forum
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 06/08/14 0
If you've been to some of Intel's events, especially ones for developers, you know that every so often there's something amazing that happens. If you attended Elements, you remember the bumper cars and video arcade.  If you attended CES in 2010 you'll remember Intel's large "Infoscape" interact...
Three "Non-Wearable" Internet of Things That Need Making
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 15/02/14 4
Brian Krzanich said it at CES; Intel is working to making everything smarter. And to that end, Edison was announced as a new SOC PC, the size of an SD card.  On stage we saw a number of wearable demos that created buzz and excitement.  There's no doubt wearables is a big space, however there is...
Editor's App Picks January 2014 - Best of SYAP
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 25/01/14 0
We recently launched the "Share Your App Project" on the Intel Developer Zone as a way to encourage developers to share emerging and innovative app projects with our community.  Each month we will recognize standout apps for being innovative, creative and effectively using technology and tools.  ...
What's next? World 2.0, a programmable smart world, that's what.
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 27/12/13 1
This imaginative "what might be" post requires a disclaimer.  So to be clear to my readers, these thoughts are my own, not coming from Intel.  This is purely my speculation, my phrasing, and imagination of what may be in front of us. I do not work in the micro-controller, cloud computing space,...
New Apps, NDK Ports, & Social Good at Android CodeFest NYC
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 05/11/13 1
One thing is certain, the spirit of innovation and exciting development is strong in the NYC area.  We saw that first hand at the Intel Android CodeFest held Nov 1 & 2nd at AlleyNYC. On our first night we were joined by approximately 90 developers who learned about coding NDK apps for x86 ...
Why WiDi Miracast is a Game Changer for Android
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 14/10/13 0
I'm an Android fan and love my Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone.  It has to be one of the best consumer products I own.  One reason I really like it is because of the open ecosystem and innovation that is available to Android that you don't see on other mobile platforms.  However my new Intel smart...
HTML5 Canvas - Tap & Rotate Player with Arctangent
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 21/08/13 5
Great code sample showing how to set up move, aim and shoot for a given player on screen.
Use HTML5 device orientation to run Windows 8 javascript apps on Android devices
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 19/08/13 2
For the last year there's been a good deal of information published on how to use the sensor APIs for Windows 8 device.  However if you are interesting in having portable HTML5 code leveraging device sensors typically required a native approach or 3rd party proprietary solution.  With a bit of w...
The Ultimate Coder Has Been Named - Final Results of Ultimate Coder Challenge: Going Perceptual
Por Bob Duffy (Intel) Publicado en 22/04/13 5
For 7 weeks we've seen 7 teams hack, code, build, and rebuild apps to leverage the Intel Perceptual Computing SDK using a convertible Ultrabook™. Our judges have taken time to review the work, have tested each and scored each of our Challenger teams.  The ink is dry, scores added, and the results...