[Windows 8.1 Development Series] 8 – Windows 8.1 Sensors & Media


In this session we will have a look at supporting your application with sensors & media.

Accessing camera, taking photo with it and recording videos through WinRT APIs.

Implementing sensors such as Accelerometer, Compass, Gyrometer , LightSensor , Inclinometer and Geolocation into your application .

Using VS2013 Remote Debugger with tablets to run your application with test device features which your development PC doesn’t have.

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Here are the samples for Windows SDK demos in this session

Accelerometer sensor sample (Windows 8.1)

CameraCaptureUI Sample (Windows 8.1)

CameraOptionsUI Sample (Windows 8.1)

Compass sensor sample (Windows 8.1)

Device auto rotation preferences sample (Windows 8.1)

Geolocation sample (Windows 8.1)

Gyrometer sensor sample (Windows 8.1)

Inclinometer sensor sample (Windows 8.1)

LightSensor sample (Windows 8.1)

[Updated]
Next session will be on 10th of December, Don’t forget to register free! 

Title: Windows 8.1 User Exprience, User Interface Tips & Tricks

 

Date: 10 Dec , Tuesday

 

Time: 4:00PM UTC + 2 (Istanbul Time)

 

Description: In order to have a High Quality application you should know Blend for VS2013 tips & tricks.  If you’re a Windows Store XAML developer benefit from cool features of Blend for VS2013

 

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Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

    We're having trouble with Geolocation and the GPS sensor on our tablet device.

    Can anyone confirm that Windows Store apps can actually connect to a GPS sensor please?

    I appreciate it's listed in the PositionSource enumeration but does it actually work?

    Our devices only ever return the source as being WiFi, Cellular or IPAddress which unfortunately aren't always accurate enough and in some instances (most likely to due to routing/proxy) they report back the location as somewhere hundreds of miles away.