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Microsoft .NET Gadgeteer

Microsoft .NET Gadgeteer
A new way to make sophisticated devices Even someone with little or no electronics background can build devices made up of components like sensors, lights, switches, displays, communications modules, motor controllers, and much more. Just pick your components, plug them into a mainboard and program the way they work together. .NET Gadgeteer uses the .NET Micro Framework to make writing code for your device as easy as writing a desktop, Web or Windows Phone application. An open source and open hardware community project If you're building projects with .NET Gadgeteer, you'll find inspiration and product information on this site. If you're interested in building .NET Gadgeteer hardware, you can find hardware interface specifications and core libraries at A variety of hardware vendors are building components for .NET Gadgeteer, so you’ll have a huge assortment of modules to choose from.

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Mono 1.0 Release Notes The Mono Project: Provides a superior development environment for writing Linux applications with unprecedented productivity. Allows developers to write rich client, web services and server-side applications and deploy them on Linux, Solaris, MacOS X, Windows NT/XP and various other Unix systems on a variety of architectures. Delivers tools that facilitate the creation of product APIs and SDKs that are language independent across multiple operating systems. .NET Gadgeteer About .NET Gadgeteer .NET Gadgeteer was created by researchers at Microsoft as an internal prototyping tool, but because of external interest, particualrly from educators and hobbyists, we turned it into open source software which now has a vibrant hardware ecosystem from multiple manufacturers. The platform is built on the .NET Micro Framework, which allows small devices to be programmed in the C# language and make use of Visual Studio’s programming and debugging tools. Individual .NET Gadgeteer modules can be easily connected together to construct both simple and sophisticated devices. Each module adds some extra capabilities, such as the ability to display images, playback sounds, take pictures, sense the environment, communicate with other devices or enable user interaction.

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Hack Raspberry Pi – How To Build Apps In C#, WinForms and ASP.NET Using Mono In Pi Recently I was doing a bit of R&D related to finding a viable, low cost platform for client nodes. Obviously, I came across Raspberry Pi, and found the same extremely interesting. Now, the missing piece of the puzzle was how to get going using C# and .NET in the Pi. C# is a great language, and there are a lot of C# developers out there in the wild who are interested in the Pi.

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Free C# Compilers and Interpreters C# is an object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft. This page lists free C# compilers, interpreters and integrated development environments (IDEs) for writing C# computer programs. Related Pages Free C# Compilers Microsoft Visual C# Express 2013 Android Mini PC MK802 History and models[edit] MK802: Original design with A10 CPUMK802+: Uses A10s CPU with RAM increased to 1 GB[1]MK802 II: Modified form and slightly increased processor speed[2]MK802 III: A new design featuring a Rockchip RK3066, a dual-core ARM CPU (Cortex-A9 at 1.6 GHz), Mali GPU and 4 GB or 8 GB flash storage that runs Android 4.1.MK802 IIIs: Added Bluetooth support, soft power-off function and XBMC support.MK802 IV: Released in May 2013, a new design featuring a Rockchip RK3188, a quad-core ARM CPU (Cortex-A9 at 1.6 GHz), 2 GB of RAM, 400 MHz Mali GPU and 8 GB of flash storage that runs Android 4.2.[3][4] Connectors[edit] HDMImini or micro USB 2.0USB 2.0microSD slotPower via micro-USB OTG The MK802's success and design has generated a host of similar devices with similar specifications, many of which have similar model numbers, but are not manufactured by Rikomagic.

Rebuilding the HoloLens scanning effect with RoomAlive Toolkit The initial video that explains the HoloLens to the world contains a small clip that visualizes how it can see the environment. It shows a pattern of large and smaller triangles that gradually overlay the real world objects seen in the video. I decided to try to rebuild this effect in real life by using a projection mapping setup that used a projector and a Kinect V2 sensor. Prototyping in Shadertoy

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