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  • Kinect Quiz app for Yaz

    Last year, we created worked with AS&K Skylight on a project for Yaz . The goal was to produce a Kinect application to be used at a pharmaceutical exhibition, showcasing the advanced, futuristic technology behind the Yaz product line. AS&K created the graphics design, and my company, Response worked on the interaction design and application
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Mon, Mar 19 2012
  • Windows Phone Performance – Part 3 of Many: Tie Fighters and Drunk Spaceship Captains

    This is Part 3 of the translation of the performance chapter of the Windows Phone developer book I co-authored with many of my Hungarian peers. Other parts of this series can be found here . There are a number of ways to create animation on Windows Phone. Let’s start with the one that is used the less frequently – procedural animation . Let’s take a
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Wed, Mar 14 2012
  • Windows Phone Performance – Part 2 of many – It’s Full of Stars!

    This is Part 2 of the translation of the performance chapter of the Windows Phone developer book I co-authored with many of my Hungarian peers. Other parts of this series can be found here . We finished the previous part discussing the roles of the CPU and the GPU in the phone. Let’s see an example of the CPU’s task! It’s Full of Stars! Let’s create
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sat, Feb 18 2012
  • Windows Phone Performance–Part 1 of many

    This post series is the translation of the performance chapter of the Windows Phone developer book I co-authored with many of my Hungarian peers. If you read Hungarian, I suggest you get the book – either online or in a paper format. There are also some seriously good videos that come with it, if you are more of a session watcher kind. I think
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Wed, Feb 15 2012
  • WP7 – Changing Visuals Based on Phone Theme with ThemeToStateBehavior

    The built-in resources in Windows Phone 7 help a lot with  automatically reflecting the selected theme of the phone. (See my earlier blog post: Being theme aware in Windows Phone 7 Silverlight apps ). However, sometimes you want to be theme aware, but need more than the predefined resources. For example, you may want to have a generally blue background
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Sun, Jan 29 2012
  • “Metro Done Right” according to my tweeps

    Getting a new designer into Metro is always a challenge. They ask me to show them really good Metro implementations in WP7 apps to learn from. So, I turned to the wisdom of my Twitter followers, and asked them : “What Windows Phone 7 apps should I show an aspiring designer who wants to see examples of “Metro done right”? I received a dozen or so answers
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Jan 20 2012
  • Skeletons, Kinect and Halloween – my Introduction to Kinect talk

    On the 18th – 19th and 20th of October I was attending the first ever Baltic Techdays. A very busy few days – 3 conferences, 3 countries, 3 keynote presentations and 3 full-length sessions. Superman Academy At the Keynotes, I introduced the Kinect sensor and showed off a couple of demos. The last demo was our Kinect Maps application, which the audience
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Mon, Oct 31 2011
  • Speaking at Baltic TechDays on Kinect development

    Less than two weeks from now, the Baltic TechDay 2011 conference will be happening in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - and I am honored of being a speaker to all three conferences, as per the invitation of Microsoft. Three days, three cities, three countries – and a total of six airplane takeoffs and landings. Baltic TechDays 2011 is a premium 1-day
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Wed, Oct 5 2011
  • SurfCube on Mango Part 6 - Join SurfCube V4 Beta! Here’s what’s coming

    It’s been a while since we released a new SurfCube version. The reason is simple – we have been working hard on our biggest update yet – SurfCube 4 ! Today, I would like to invite you – no, ask you – to help testing this up and coming new version. SurfCube 4 will only run on Mango devices, but if you have one, and interested in what the future of web
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Sep 30 2011
  • SurfCube on Mango Part 5 - Getting email addresses for Beta testers

    In SurfCube, we have had the “send email feedback” feature since V1. Needless to stay, we have received tons of feedback. Actually, this feedback is what drove the development of the app – they helped us identify pain points, missing features and even told us when something was done right, and users loved what they saw. The about screen of SurfCube
    Posted to VBandi's blog (Weblog) by vbandi on Fri, Sep 30 2011
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