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Geek Culture / Congrats to Lee Bamber

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BatVink
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Posted: 12th May 2015 18:46
For getting first place in the Ambassador track of the RealSense Contest:

https://software.intel.com/sites/campaigns/realsense-winners/details.html?id=2

I managed to win a camera, Intel subscription and $1000 in the Pioneer track.

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BatVink
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Posted: 12th May 2015 18:54


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Chris Tate
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Posted: 12th May 2015 20:44
Gratz!

The depth effect looks really good; the effect is most clear when you rotate your head. Just look down and up pops the menu; who needs a mouse.

Matty H
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Posted: 12th May 2015 21:24
Yes, well done TGC, excellent idea

Unfortunately I never won any of the final prizes, although I did get a NUC, and a realsense camera.

I am really proud of my entry, it is quite fun to play, hopefully I can do something with it one day.



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Posted: 13th May 2015 04:49
Congrats Lee! Didn't even know there was a contest going on for that.

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Posted: 13th May 2015 07:33
Very cool, congrats! I was wondering how the AppGameKit community did in this one but didn't get a chance to look over the results yet. For the first year in three I didn't participate in any Intel competitions (although I did do some work with them outside of it to redo my original Perceptual Computing winner for RealSense tech).
BatVink
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Posted: 13th May 2015 10:00
There is a running theme with a lot of the entries (including mine).
When you look at the videos, you see the application running on a Lenovo All-In-One A lot of the entrants are regular contributors to the contests.

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Posted: 13th May 2015 10:49
Quote: "When you look at the videos, you see the application running on a Lenovo All-In-One"


Ha ha yes, I just use mine as a monitor, it's a little slow for general use. Although we sometimes gather around it on Friday night for family game night, some good multiplayer games on there

You going to show us your demo BatVink?

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Posted: 13th May 2015 13:51
I am typing this on my All-In-One, used as a monitor!

Sadly no AppGameKit or DBPro for this one. I have since worked out how to get c# and AppGameKit working together, so maybe next time.



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Posted: 13th May 2015 15:05
Congrats Mr Bamber, good work.

And also, to the rest of ye's.

Quote: ". I have since worked out how to get c# and AppGameKit working together, so maybe next time."



This is something that would interest me. I have a love for C#, if I could use C# & AppGameKit together, chances are, I'd hop onto that bandwagon.

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Posted: 13th May 2015 16:57 Edited at: 13th May 2015 16:57
Quote: "This is something that would interest me. I have a love for C#, if I could use C# & AppGameKit together, chances are, I'd hop onto that bandwagon"


I have posted the source code for the basic framework, and a video to explain how it all hangs together. I will post another video shortly to show how I am using it.

> > > > C# Framework for AGK < < < < <

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