Informatique perceptuelle

VB.NET e i tipi invisibili nella libreria libpxcclr.dll

In questo articolo vedremo come risolvere un annoso problema che "attanaglia" coloro che utilizzano la dll libpxcclr.dll e il linguaggio Visual Basic .NET.

Cominciamo con l'esporre il problema: la libreria in questione, ad in particolare tipi e membri di classi in essa contenuta, hanno un approccio poco standard al mondo .NET. In sostanza esistono classi al cui interno sono definiti membri (ad esempio proprietà) e classi innestate che hanno lo stesso nome e che differiscono per una maiuscola o una minuscola.

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  • Ganhadores da primeira fase do Perceptual Challenge Brasil

    Depois de muito trabalho e discussão (o que é ótimo, já que recebemos muitas idéias boas) segue a lista dos vencedores da primeira fase do Perceptual Challenge Brasil:

    Alessandro de Oliveira Faria (A.K.A.CABELO)

    Alexandre Ribeiro da Silva

    Alexandre Winetzki

    Anderson Bergamini Sensolo

    Antonio Carlos Santos Thiele

    Camilla H N de Albuquerque

    Daniel Paz de Araujo

    Infrared5 Case Study

    By William Van Winkle

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  • Perceptual Computing Hacknights: Highlights from Munich and San Francisco

    June 2013 was a good month for perceptual computing, as multiple workshops and hacknights were held in both San Francisco and Munich.

    Munich

    There was one free perceptual computing workshop planned in Munich in June, created with the intent to help developers become familiar with the Perceptual Computing SDK and the Creative*Gesture Camera Kit:

    Interview with San Francisco Intel Perceptual Computing Hackathon Winner Cyrus Lum

    There were a lot of standout developers at the recent San Francisco Perceptual Computing Hackathon, one of which was Cyrus Lum, a veteran in the industry with 25 years of experience in game production, development and management roles with both publishing and independent development companies. Cyrus won with the overall Hackathon Grand Prize of $3000 with his “MyPetShadow”; a fun pet game which integrates both voice recognition and hand gestures. Here’s a video of MyPetShadow in motion:

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