Intel® Developer Zone experts, innovators, and Black Belts contribute hundreds of helpful articles and blog posts every month. From code samples to how-to guides, we’ve gathered the most popular software developer stories so you don’t miss a thing.
Ryan Clark, founder of Chronosapien Interactive, shares his experience working with designing RealSense™ apps. He focuses on hand and face tracking, and shares his insight into how they incorporated SDK to enhance unique features of the application, including emotion detection and user segmentation.
The release of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0 is here! A follow-up to the original beta release supporting Intel® Galileo and Intel® Edison, this new version is targeted at hobbyists, students, and entrepreneurial developers interested in building IoT solutions.
This article covers how to establish BLE communication between an Intel® Edison and a Bluetooth* 4.0-equipped Android device, using free software tools and low-cost, off-the-shelf hardware.
To design a successful app for the Intel® RealSense™ platform, you must understand its strengths. Download the PDF in this article to learn the in-depth capabilities of what the SDK can offer.
Learn how to develop a soccer penalty shootout game using the Microsoft Visual Studio* 3D Starter Kit, a logical starting point for those who want to develop games for Windows 8.1.
Here's a new project to tinker with for your home. This article walks you through the steps to convert any toothbrush holder into T.E.E.T.H., a Timer Encouraging Everyone To Health.
Stuck? Here's a quick guide to get you back on track with Arduino*.
You can create your very own "smart" drone using your Android* smartphone. These instructions will take you through the process of an Android* smartphone, OpenCV*, C++, and Java*.
Get started with face location detection, landmark detection, pose detection, expression detection and face recognition using the APIs that the Intel® RealSense™ SDK offers.
The education category winner of the Intel® App Innovation Contest (AIC 2013) designed the SensiGator to expand the imagination of students learning basic geography with tablets. Check out the video in this blog.
Stay tuned for more Top 10 Developer Stories next month!