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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. In this article, I’ll just document my findings so far, and will explain how develop using C# leveraging Mono in a Raspberry Pi. Step 1: What is Raspberry Pi? Raspberry Pi is an ARM/Linux box for just ~ $30. The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by theRaspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. Another good introduction from Life Hacker is here Step 2: Setting up your Development Environment Let us have a quick look at setting up the development environment. If you have a physical Raspberry Pi Step 4: Writing C#

Selene Media Encoder – An audio/video converter  If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and if you have questions related to your ubuntu system post question to our forums. Thanks for visiting! Sponsored Link Selene is an audio/video converter for converting files to OGG/OGV/ MKV/MP4/WEBM/OPUS/AAC/FLAC/MP3/WAV formats. Since the conversion process is driven by bash scripts, this makes Selene extremely flexible. Install Selene Media Encoder in ubuntu Open the terminal and run the following commands sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa sudo aptitude update sudo aptitude install selene Screenshots Incoming search terms: Related posts .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. This powerful combination allows fully functional devices to be prototyped in a matter of hours rather than days or weeks. Photos

Products | GNU/Linux Computers coreflightexec download Guide d’autodéfense numérique 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 First I experimented with the idea by prototyping a pixel shader in Shadertoy. Projection mapping with RoomAlive Toolkit During Build 2015 Microsoft open sourced a library called the RoomAlive Toolkit that contains the mathematical building blocks for building RoomAlive-like experiences. Source code on GitHub Bring Your Own Beamer The installation was shown at the Bring Your Own Beamer event held on September 25th 2015 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The distance from the camera determines the base color used for a particular scan.

L'algorithme de Google : Panda, Pingouin et les autres Par Olivier Duffez, vendredi 20 mars 2015 Google annonce régulièrement des nouveaux algorithmes ou des mises à jour (updates). Pour vous aider à vous y retrouver dans cette jungle, consultez cette liste avec des explications et des liens pour obtenir de l'aide. Il n'y a pas 1 mais de multiples algorithmes Google Pour simplifier, on peut dire qu'il n'y a pas un algorithme de classement de Google, mais une constellation d'algorithmes qui se cumulent. La plupart des algorithmes (sinon tous) ont vocation à améliorer la pertinence des résultats de recherche. pénaliser les sites ou pages qui ne respectent pas les consignes (par exemple des backlinks artificiels ou du bourrage de mots-clés)favoriser les sites ou pages qui ont une caractéristique précise (par exemple la vitesse, le protocole sécurisé HTTPS, la compatibilité mobile...) Google ajoute, modifie et supprime des algorithmes en permanence (plusieurs centaines de modifications par an). En résumé Voici une liste, avec pour chacun : Panda