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How to Build a Flipbook Maker: Part 3
Happy New Year! The Gadgeteer team is back from the holidays and we'll conclude the Flipbook Maker series this week. In Part 1 and Part 2 we assembled the hardware and built the basic software architecture. This post covers using WPF to create a menuing system for the touchscreen display. This will provide...
3 Jan 2012
How to Build a Flipbook Maker: Part 2
In Part 1 , we assembled the hardware and created the event handlers for the Flipbook Maker. Now let's flesh out the software foundation and create a state machine to manage the Flipbook Maker's behavior. Storing Images First, the Flipbook Maker needs a place to store the images captured by the...
21 Dec 2011
How to Build a Flipbook Maker: Part 1
Build your own stop-motion animation tool using .NET Gadgeteer! The Flipbook Maker combines Gadgeteer's intuitive hardware and software construction with a useful enclosure to create a project that will appeal to your inner cartoonist. The end result looks like this: Read more about this project...
18 Dec 2011
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