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Hello my loyal followers (assuming, hopefully, that I still have some after my several-month hiatus)! For the past five or so months, I’ve been busy writing a book (which I briefly mentioned in a previous post) titled Mastering Leap Motion, which I was asked to write by Packt Publishing.  This book covers a wide array […]

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Minecraft!  People have spent hours making elaborate recreations of real-life structures, and unique designs of their own out of simple blocks.  But what about taking it with you wherever you go?  In this post, we’ll discuss the simple steps of making Minecraft run off of a portable USB drive on Windows.

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Have you ever wished you could take a miniature operating system with you wherever you go?  Have you always wanted to be more productive with those school computers?  Then look no further than Linux live USB keys; Linux that you can take with you anywhere and everywhere you go.

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Today, we’ll be talking about how to set up the Eclipse C/C++ Integrated Development Environment (CDT) with the Minimalist GNU for Windows compiler (MinGW).  Out of the box, the Eclipse IDE has support for a massive range of third-party plugins, advanced debuggers, completely customizable interfaces and more.  In addition, it supports many of the current […]

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Today, we’ll be talking about how to set up something called the XBee with the Arduino.  The XBee is a wireless device  made by Digi International.  The weakest XBee made is capable of communicating at a distance of up to 400 feet outdoors (100 feet indoors) in a high interference environment (Robogames, for example) with […]

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