Added PGesture Recognizer. – Good Stuff

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Sigh… was re-writing written code.

Good news is, this is way more functional than mine. This will easily replace color markers. Share on Facebook…

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ToObservableCollection ToList for IObservable.

This is an easy way to get from point A to Point B.   public static class RxForDummysExtentions   {…

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Leap.PInvoke() problems, Leap Invoke issues.

NOTE: I created the .NET 4.5 DLL. http://everythingworkflow.wordpress.com/2013/09/09/created-the-leap-4-5-dll-not-supported-by-leap/ Make sure you have the right x86 or x64 dll’s Then I…

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New Augmented Reality Device. Explained in full.

I will start with a design I posted about back in May 2012. http://everythingworkflow.wordpress.com/2012/05/25/sixth-sense-hardware-plus-leap-good-stuff/  I am sticking with the name…

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Moving Single Cell to PDollar gesture recognizer.

http://depts.washington.edu/aimgroup/proj/dollar/pdollar.html Moving away from 1$ and going to it’s big brother. Moving to the improved version so you can do…

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Ported Phone app from old application

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App UI Upgrade.

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Neat MVVM Light tool for the belt – Enums for tokens as flags Enums for tokens allows for Generic calling.

//One of the great things about Mvvmlight, the Messenger 🙂 you could to object and .ToString() in this method too.

public static void SendTo(this string input, MessengerToken token){

Enum.GetValues(typeof (MessengerToken)).Cast<MessengerToken>().ToList().Where(e => token.HasFlag(e)).ToList().ForEach(e =>

{

Messenger.Default.Send<string>(input, e);});

}

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Add in the Flag Based Enumerator with the Enum Extension Methods :

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/93744/most-common-c-sharp-bitwise-operations-on-enums

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And you can call many Messenger sends in one swoop.

DoOuputActionPreFormatting(e.Result.Text, (s) =>

{

   s.SendTo(MessengerToken.MasterText | MessengerToken.MainRegion);

});

///<summary>

/// You can send to more than one spot at one time.

/// Set your Enum to MainRegion | MasterText to sent to both 🙂

///</summary>

[Flags]

public enum MessengerToken

{

[Description(“”)] ByType = 0,

[Description(“Main Region Text”)] MainRegion = 1,

[Description(“Master Text”)]MasterText = 2,

}

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Tied in Leap Device to WordBoard

Not as “ninja accurate” as it will be, but it works. Weekend Goals accomplished. Made a word board that acts…

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