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Includes a whitepaper as well as sample: firmware, driver, and application. The whitepaper describes how you can build a simple motion sensor, a Sensor device driver, and a Sensor application th...
Includes a whitepaper as well as sample: firmware, driver, and application. The whitepaper describes how you can build a simple motion sensor, a Sensor device driver, and a Sensor application that you can use to observe real-time sensor data in Windows 7. The sample firmware can be used to program a Parallax BS2 microcontroller. The sample driver supports communication between a Windows 7 application and the sensor. (Note that in addition to a passive-infrared motion sensor, the driver also supports a compass, a 2-axis accelerometer, and an ultra-sonic distance sensor.) The sample application demonstrates the use of the Windows 7 Sensor API to acquire sensor data. With very little work, you can modify this application so that it receives data from any of the three other sensors which the driver supports.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Dec 4 2009  | Contributors: 1
This sample application demonstrates how you can use the MSChart control and the Sensor API to graph accelerometer data in real time.
This sample application demonstrates how you can use the MSChart control and the Sensor API to graph accelerometer data in real time.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Mar 3 2010  | Contributors: 1
While Silverlight 4 supports accessing COM automation components from elevated trust OOB applications, many Windows platform features are currently not available through COM automation. This makes ...
While Silverlight 4 supports accessing COM automation components from elevated trust OOB applications, many Windows platform features are currently not available through COM automation. This makes them inaccessible to such Silverlight OOB apps. Native Extensions for Microsoft Silverlight(NESL) is an effort to incrementally build a library of components that expose select Windows 7 features through COM automation, making them easily available to Silverlight 4 OOB applications running with elevated trust. The current version of NESL provides access to Windows 7 features like Sensors, Portable Devices, Speech, Taskbar and more. NESL is made up of a set of COM automation based runtime libraries, Silverlight wrapper libraries usable from Silverlight 4 OOB applications, sample applications with source, API documentation, and a developer's guide.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Dec 2 2010  | Contributors: 4
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