Microsoft’s Build conference finally came to a close on Friday last week and lucky developers are heading home with a new toy; the Samsung tablet running Windows 8 OS. The tablet boasts an 11.6″ touch-screen display at 1,366 x 768 resolution, a thickness of 12.9mm and weighs in at 900 grams. The tablet sports an… Read more »
IdentityMine worked with New Balance’s Digital Agency of Record, Almighty, to create a fun and engaging NUI interaction for Boston Marathon Expo visitors New Balance took advantage their dominating presence at the 115th running of the Boston Marathon by showcasing an exciting new product with an interactive touch application developed by IdentityMine in partnership with… Read more »
On the eve of the Windows 7 release, IdentityMine developed a Memory-like flashcard application for Microsoft using WPF. This multi-touch experience featured three different game-play modes, as well as an admin tool with the option for users to personalize the application with custom photos and text. The game allowed users to make a flashcard deck… Read more »
About a year ago I moved more into a sales and business development role at IdentityMine, which has given me a whole new perspective on how the world works regarding technology projects. I used to happily assume everyone understood how things worked technically and no matter what reporters or the media said, the best technology… Read more »
IdentityMine Experiments With The Latest Gesture-Based Software for Microsoft’s Kinect IdentityMine has developed two variants of a gesture-based Slide Presenter application (in WPF) for Kinect. The first application operates using Microsoft PowerPoint, enabling the user to browse and open a PowerPoint slide deck and present it using Swipe left/Swipe right gestures.
Integrating spectrum of Microsoft technologies using Windows Phone 7, Tablet PC, and Digital Signage Seattle, WA—December 20, 2010—Today, IdentityMine, Inc., an emerging leader in application and software development for rich digital interactive user experiences, announced that it has developed two interactive demos designed to help retailers with cost-cutting and client retention. Retailers will learn how… Read more »
IdentityMine has built a great brand and fantastic reputation within a niche market targeted at high-end user experience. Historically these experiences took the shape of top shelf production-level desktop applications for ISV and Enterprise customers. Over the last few years IdentityMine has built on this foundation to successfully add Rich Internet Applications (R I A),… Read more »
Star IdentityMine developer, Josh Smith just got some good news from Amazon; Folks in the UK can finally get his book, Advanced MVVM, from the Kindle store. When you purchase his book from Amazon’s Kindle store, you can read it on a variety of devices: the Kindle e-book reader, iPhone, iPad, your PC, and others.
posted by Kurt Brockett – originally posted on Windows Partner Blog (link) Our foray into Sports & Entertainment started with a relationship we established with the New Orleans Saints. This past summer we created an application on Microsoft Surface that assists the team in searching and organizing stats and cross-referencing them with the vast video… Read more »
originally posted by Laurent Bugnion: (link) – please comment at original post When you work with the ApplicationBar in Windows Phone 7, you notice very fast that it is not quite a component like the others. For example, the ApplicationBarIconButton element is not a dependency object, which causes issues because it is not possible to… Read more »