Posted December 13, 2012 8:50 PM
Categories: Coding4Fun | MJPEG | Kinect
A few things I’ve worked on or written have gone up in the past couple of months, so here’s a quick list of what they are and where you can get them:
Kinect Service v1.6
The Coding4Fun Kinect Service allows you to stream Kinect color, depth, skeleton, and audio from one PC to another PC or a Windows Phone via sockets. This new release now includes Windows Runtime Components written in C++ which target x86, x64 and ARM. Now you can stream Kinect data to a Windows Store app!
For //build/ 2012, us Coding4Fun folks wanted to showcase what Windows 8 can offer developers. There are a lot of projects showing off great things like contracts and Live Tiles, but we wanted to show off some of the lesser known features. This project focuses on one of those: stereoscopic 3D with DirectX 11.1. Imagine ridiculously over-engineered 3D pong, and that’s Maelstrom!
MJPEG Decoder v1.2
The latest release of my MJPEG Decoder contains a Windows Runtime component to allow you to read MJPEG data from an IP camera and display the stream in a Windows Store application. You’ll also find libraries to read MJPEG streams for WPF, WinForms, Silverlight, XNA and Windows Phone,
Posted May 7, 2011 9:25 PM
Categories: C# | Coding4Fun | MJPEG | Silverlight | Windows Phone | WPF | XNA
A quick update to my Motion JPEG Decoder is now available at CodePlex. Version 1.1 adds the ability to specify username/password credentials for cameras that require a login. For example:
_mjpeg = new MjpegDecoder();
_mjpeg.FrameReady += mjpeg_FrameReady;
_mjpeg.ParseStream(new Uri("http://192.168.2.200/img/video.mjpeg"), "user", "password");
As always, questions/comments welcome. Enjoy!