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Featured Touchless Users and Community Members

Community Member Lucian Wischik

Lucian is a developer for Microsoft in Visual Studio Managed Languages. He created an extremely fun and unique game using Touchless SDK called "Stay In the Game". His game is written in Visual Basic and soon to be featured on Channel9 (I'll have the link for you soon). Beyond encouraging violence* through the highly physical gameplay of "Stay In The Game"; Lucian also put together a simple VB sample for Touchless SDK. Both projects will soon be hosted here, but for now, visit his MSDN Code Gallery page to scoop up his awesome projects.
*Of course we don't encourage violence :-)

Community Member Jonathan Synnott (jsynnott)

Jonathan is a university student at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown in Northern Ireland. His final year project is creating a PC game that uses Touchless and a microphone as input. Check out his blog for more info and definitely check out his great videos.

Community Member Papnkukn

Papnkukn developed several cool projects using Touchless [projects and videos|]. TouchlessWPF is a very cool and simple WPF interface to Touchless. TouchlessKnight is a marker/mouse powered game that puts you in the seat of the Knight's Tour Problem. TouchlessCircuit lets you design circuits by manipulating individual elements with a marker/mouse. TouchlessCanvas is a general WPF component that simplifies WPF development with Touchless.

Contributor John Conwell

John wrote the managed version of WebCamLib that was recently commited to our source control. John is interested in NVIDIA CUDA support development.

Contributor Szymon Kobalczyk

Szymon wrote a WPF version of TouchlessLib and TouchlessDemo [project source|] using Jeremiah Morrill's WPF MediaKit. Szymon is interested in WPF control development, and helping Touchless improve performance and reduce dependencies.

Last edited Mar 19, 2009 at 9:31 AM by michwass, version 5


jsynnott Feb 11, 2009 at 1:45 AM 
Thanks for the mention Mike :).

michwass Dec 12, 2008 at 4:40 AM 
jimbasset, I've been using the Microsoft LifeCam's and they've worked well. I've also heard things about Logitech's QuickCam Pro series. Touchless only supports 320x240, but will likely soon support 640x480.

jimbassett Dec 9, 2008 at 4:49 PM 
What would be the better webcams to use. I saw reviews of the VXs that had them low, would LogiTechs be better especially for high resolution use?