Archive for January, 2012

Text-To-Speech for .NET Micro Framework

Posted by Marco Minerva I’m very interested in the possibility of making my applications speak. So, I have realized a library for .NET Micro Framework that uses Microsoft Translator to obtain streams of wave-file speaking text in the desired language. At this moment, there are 44 supported languages, including English, Italian, German, French, Spanish, Japanese […]

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Text-To-Speech per .NET Micro Framework (Italiano)

Inviato da Marco Minerva Sono sempre stato appassionato dalla possibilità di far parlare le mie applicazioni.  Ho così realizzato una libreria per .NET Micro Framework che sfrutta Microsoft Translator per ottenere uno stream contenente il parlato del testo che è stato inviato al servizio tramite una chiamata REST. Attualmente, sono supportate ben 44 lingue, tra […]

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Modulo Seeed Cellular Radio per .NET Gadgeteer (Italiano)

By Mike Dodaro, translated by Marco Minerva from the original English version Il driver per il modulo Cellular Radio di Seeed Studio è ancora in fase di sviluppo, quindi il codice che lavora con esso non è deve essere considerato definitivo. Detto questo, per usare questo modulo per effettuare chiamate vocali è necessario solo conoscere la sintassi […]

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Seeed Cellular Radio Module for .NET Gadgeteer

The drivers for the Cellular Radio module from Seeed Studio are still in development, so any code using this module has to be tentative at this stage. << Note: the new driver  by Eduardo Velloso has now been released: Drivers for the .NET Gadgeteer Cellular Radio Module.>> That said, using the module for voice calling requires only a little information about […]

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Controlling the Servo using a Windows Phone application

Posted by Marco Minerva In the post Using a Servo in a .NET Gadgeteer Camera Device we saw how to create a .NET Gadgeteer application that uses a Servo to change the direction of the Camera, takes a photo and uploads it to a Web Service. Now, we’ll realize a Windows Phone application to remotely […]

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Seeed Temperature Humidity Sensor with OLED Display

The modules available for .NET Gadgeteer now include some interesting modules by Seeed Studio.  This example uses two of them: Temperature Humidity Sensor OLED Display The application code is very simple, as shown in the following block. Note: Don’t use higher voltage than needed to drive components.  Excess power is dissipated as heat.  After running this example for […]

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