CaptureKam - Automatic Image Capture Through Computer Attached Cameras

CaptureKam (formerly known as AutoKams) is a standalone application designed to capture images from USB camera devices, such as webcams and microscopes. It is developed using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 with C# as the programming language. This application is powered by AForge.NET framework.

Host Your Webpages for Free with Google Drive

This time, in this mini tutorial, I'd like to show you how to host your web files (html, css, and javascript) for free (yeah, you read it right) with Google Drive. This is one of Google Drive feature that people might don't know. It's really easy to setup your web pages by using this feature.

Camera Face Detection in C# using Emgu CV and WPF

Hi there, this is a new tutorial category in my blog. It's Computer Vision. In this blog, I'd like to show you something cool. It's how to perform Face Detection using your camera / Webcam. You'll see how your application can detect faces from a captured image. Curious about it? Let's take a look how to do that.

How To Make A 2D Animation using Timer with C++ .NET

On my last post (How To Draw 2D Primitive Objects on Windows Forms Application using C++ .NET), we've learned about how to draw some 2D objects on Form and Panel. That's not difficult right? But now, in this post, we'll learn about how to move that objects. Of course it'll be very boring if that objects didn't move. So, let's get started! Don't forget that I'm using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition in this tutorial.

How To Draw 2D Primitive Objects with C++ .NET

First of all, I'd like to present my first tutorial about C++ / CLI CLR .NET Programming. This time it's about Graphical User Interface in C++ .NET (in this case, I don't want to use native C++). Okay, I assume that you have a little knowledge about C++ .NET GUI and of course, I also assume that you understand how to program in C++ CLR behaviour. So, here we go the tutorial!