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Posted 5 Jan 2013

Ultrabook Sensors on Desktop App

, 5 Jan 2013
Using all Ultrabook sensors on Desktop Application
SensorsUltrabook
Assets
Logo.png
SensorImages
accerometer.jpg
compas.jpg
GPSImage.jpg
inclinometer.jpg
SurfaceAccelerometer_128x128.png
SurfaceCompass_128x128.png
SurfaceGyrometer_128x128.png
SurfaceInclinometer_128x128.png
SurfaceLight_128x128.png
SurfaceOrientationSimple_128x128.png
SurfaceOrientation_128x128.png
Thumbs.db
SmallLogo.png
SplashScreen.png
StoreLogo.png
Thumbs.db
bin
Debug
Release
Common
Controls
obj
Debug
Common
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferences.cache
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferencesInput.cache
Page1.baml
Resources
SensorResources.baml
SensorRes.baml
sensors
SensorsUltrabook.csproj.GenerateResource.Cache
SensorsUltrabook.csprojResolveAssemblyReference.cache
SensorsUltrabook.g.resources
SensorsUltrabook.pdb
SensorsUltrabook.Properties.Resources.resources
SensorsUltrabook_MarkupCompile.cache
SensorsUltrabook_MarkupCompile.i.cache
SensorsUltrabook_MarkupCompile.lref
Properties
Resources
sensors
SensorsUltrabook_demo_exe
Sensors.dll
SensorsUltrabook.exe

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Anup Kumar Verma
Software Developer (Senior) NIC
India India
I have more then 5 years of experience in the software development sectors with more then 15 softwares in C#, WPF, SQL SERVER, WCF, LINQ, intel perceptual computing sdk, digital signature, snmp.

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