Just got myself a new toy. Yuneec Breeze.
Rainmeter, desktop customization tool
Rainmeter displays customizable skins, like memory and battery power, RSS feeds and weather forecasts, right on your desktop. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, and control your media player – all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking. Rainmeter is at once an application and a toolkit. You are only limited by your imagination and creativity.
More skins from RainmeterHub
Application you can’t live without if you listen Spotify on Windows.
Toastify adds some missing functionallity to the Spotify client(Windows only). It shows a popup, toast style, dialog on track change and it allows you to use global hot keys for Play/Pause, Next, Previous etc.
Source: Toastify – Home
Arduino Based Camera
ArduCAM is a open source camera develop platform which is based on very popular Arduino boards. It will support most of the camera modules with sensors from Omnivisionand Aptina which is range from 0.3MegaPixel to 13MegaPixel. And we are planning to move on our platfrom to more powerful MCU based boards like Maple, Chipkit, RaspberryPi. It will make ease for everyone to use camera module and spark their ideas on image/video applications.
Source: Arduino Based Camera
I needed a system that show images from dropbox automatically.
I have used this time:
- MobiLock to put device on Kiosk mode
Autosync Dropbox – Dropsync to synchronize image folder Photo Slides (Photo Frame) to display images.
After testing look like this combination doesn’t work. Photo Slides go haywire when images are changed on Dropbox folder. Another app is needed on device.
Perhaps Cloud PhotoFrame EX.Net will do the trick. I am hopefull.
Some apps that might help to make those old Android devices usable again.
Clean Master to clean the device
AppCrawlr might melp to find apps for Android
And Kiosk Browser Lockdown to prevent eny other use.
Dolphin is an open-source Nintendo GameCube and Wii Emulator for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X (Intel-based). It is the first emulator to successfully run commercial GameCube and Wii games, and is still the only emulator capable of running commercial Wii games.