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Kinect Reception

, 12 Jan 2012 Ms-PL
TV Screen in the Reception, When nothing happens (no one is in the reception) we can display videos on the screen but when someone enters the frame show him the Kinect Image, and if the user is doing something funny, capture his image and save it.
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    <value>You are about to close Kinect Reception, press Yes to continue.</value>
  </data>
  <data name="CloseWindowTitle" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Close Application</value>
  </data>
  <data name="CopyRights" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Developed By Shai Raiten (http://tinyurl.com/shai-rai)</value>
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  <data name="HelpText" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Help</value>
  </data>
  <data name="HelpTextClose" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Close Help</value>
  </data>
  <data name="KinectReady" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>מוכן לשימוש</value>
  </data>
  <data name="KinectSettingsLeave" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Do you want to save the new settings?</value>
  </data>
  <data name="KinectSettingsTitle" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Kinect Settings</value>
  </data>
  <data name="PreviewScoreText" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>ניקוד - {0}</value>
  </data>
  <data name="PreviewTitle" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>יפה מאוד</value>
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  <data name="StartText" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Start</value>
  </data>
  <data name="StopText" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Stop</value>
  </data>
  <data name="VideoFilter" xml:space="preserve">
    <value>Video files (*.avi, *.wmv)|*.avi;*.wmv|All files (*.*)|*.*</value>
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Shai Raiten
Architect Sela
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Shai Raiten is VS ALM MVP, currently working for Sela Group as a ALM senior consultant and trainer specializes in Microsoft technologies especially Team System and .NET technology. He is currently consulting in various enterprises in Israel, planning and analysis Load and performance problems using Team System, building Team System customizations and adjusts ALM processes for enterprises. Shai is known as one of the top Team System experts in Israel. He conducts lectures and workshops for developers\QA and enterprises who want to specialize in Team System.
 
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