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  • New Year, New Blog!

    This is my last blog post here. I have moved to a new home at http://vbandi.net . I already have a couple of posts there: New Year, New Blog – explains why I resumed blogging and why I choose to do so on a new site. My HoloLens Experience – sharing my experience from November when I had the chance for some heads-on time with HoloLens. See you in my
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sun, Dec 27 2015
  • AutoView – the Missing Link for a Good ViewModel First Approach

    Whether you are developing a WPF, Silverlight, Windows Phone or Windows Store app using XAML, you will probably be told that MVVM is the way to go. With MVVM, you have to make a relationship between the View and the ViewModel for things to work. Essentially, there are two ways to make this connection. You either create the View first and the ViewModel
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Tue, Mar 25 2014
  • My first Pluralsight Course: Kinect Interaction with WPF (and beyond)

    I am extremely happy to present my first ever online course for Pluralsight: Kinect Interaction with WPF. This course covers the following material: Basic usage of the included controls, such as: KinectSensorChooser SensorChooserUI KinectRegion UserViewer KinectTileButton KinectCircleButton ScrollViewer How the selection of the Primary hand and Primary
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sat, Jan 18 2014
  • Kinect v1 vs Kinect v2 – RGB and Depth sensors

    As a recently awarded Kinect MVP, I am lucky enough to have one of the rare pre-production units of the next Kinect for Windows sensor with me. I always thought that the original Kinect sensor was an amazing piece of technology, but this new version is a huge step forward. I created a quick video to show you the difference between the RGB and depth
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sat, Dec 28 2013
  • Kinect Interactions with(out) WPF – Part III: Demystifying the Interaction Stream

    In this part of my Kinect Interaction blog post series , we go deep into the rabbit hole, and examine the foundation of Kinect Interactions – the InteractionStream , upon which the entire library is built. This is a risky ride – with no official documentation, we can only count on our trusty reflector, the source code of the Kinect Interaction SDK and
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, May 3 2013
  • Kinect Interaction with WPF Part II: Getting Started Easier

    In the previous post of this series , I have introduced the Kinect for Windows SDK 1.7, and the key controls and concepts within its Kinect Interactions toolkit. If you have followed through that post , you have seen all the work and code you need to get the basics running. Most of the initialization code was biolerplate, and code that you can easily
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Apr 19 2013
  • Kinect Interactions with WPF - Part I: Getting Started

    Introduction Microsoft has recently released V1.7 of the Kinect for Windows SDK. And they immediately made a mistake – there are so many new and awesome stuff in it, that it should be called 2.0 :) The 1.7 SDK focuses on two key new features: Kinect Fusion and Kinect Interactions. Kinect Fusion is essentially a 3D scanner that enabled developers to
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Mon, Mar 25 2013
  • Windows Phone Performance – Part 8 of many: Lumia 620 performance

    In this post, I’ll take a look at the performance of the Nokia Lumia 620 from a developer’s point of view. This post is part of my Windows Phone Performance series . HUGE thanks to Joost von Schaik for performing the tests in this article. Since I don’t have access to a Lumia 620, without him, this post would not have been possible. The Nokia Lumia
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sat, Mar 16 2013
  • DataContextChanged event for WinRT

    Unlike WPF, WinRT (or Windows Store App API) does not have a DataContextChanged event handler. This may cause problems if you are doing framework-y stuff, or even for some controls, where you are . Luckily, Jeremy Likness wrote a solution for the exact same problem for Silverlight, back in 2009. Silverlight now has the DataContextChanged event implemented
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Wed, Jan 23 2013
  • Windows Phone Performance – Part 7 of many: Lumia 820 performance

    In this post, I’ll take a look at the performance of the Nokia Lumia 820 from a developer’s point of view. This post is part of my Windows Phone performance series . HUGE thanks to Alex Sorokoletov for performing the tests in this article. Since I didn’t have access to a Lumia 820, without him, this post would not have been possible. The Nokia Lumia
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Thu, Jan 10 2013
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