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There has been tremendous excitement with Microsoft Kinect within the robotics space signaling the potential opportunities that exist in transforming robots to low-cost mainstream consumer devices. RDS 4, with support from the Kinect sensor, aims to make it easier for developers to build applications, including those directed at personal robotics and consumer scenarios, both in hardware and in simulation. With RDS 4 simulation tools, you don’t need physical hardware to develop a Kinect-based robot! For hardware design, Microsoft has published the Robotics Developer Studio: Reference Platform Design specification for a standardized Kinect-based robot, to work with RDS 4. Parallax, Inc has manufactured a hardware kit based on the reference platform design specification which is available now. RDS 4 also adds support for Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0, XNA 4.0, and Silverlight 4.0.
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These are the APIs I'm tracking on as part of API Evangelist. I do not list every API, like ProgrammableWeb does in its directory. My goals are finding APIs that offer clear business value, easy to use, seen lots of adoption and many other characteristics.
Providing Plain English Version Of API Terms of Service by Kin Lane on 03/30/2013 I read your Terms of Service is one of the biggest lies on the Internet.
Chef is an open-source automation platform built to address the hardest infrastructure challenges on the planet. Chef gives you the power and flexibility you need to move faster in a complex world - from rapid provisioning and deployment of servers to the automated delivery of applications and services—at any scale. How you use Chef is up to you. Here are the most common use cases Configuration Management Build a framework to consistently deploy servers and scale applications throughout your infrastructure.