[#SKYPE] HowTo: Probar Skype Translator? Link, registro y listo !!!

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Hola!

Te acuerdas de Skype Translator? esa excelente extensión incluida en Skype que permite realizar traducciones en tiempo real para que 2 personas puedan “hablar entre ellas” utilizando diferentes idiomas. Lo mejor para explicarlo es ver un video con la demo

La idea es genial, particularmente me interesa porque nosotros hicimos algo parecido en Lync hace tiempo, aunque cuando llegue a Skype el alcance será mayor :D (y nos quedamos sin mercado)

Registro: http://blogs.skype.com/2014/11/03/skype-translator-early-preview-sign-up-opens-today/

Saludos @ Barcelona

/El Bruno

Fuente: http://blogs.skype.com/2014/11/03/skype-translator-early-preview-sign-up-opens-today/

[#WINDOWS] HowTo: Create a virtual machine from a existing SO; check Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.0

Hello!

About to leave for Berlin, I find that a task that for years took almost a day is now completed in minutes… thanks to SSDs discs my fast and Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 3.0

We also have a bonus which is the ability to convert VMWare images to images of Hyper-V.

Is fun this play to be one of infrastructure for a while :D

Best regards

/El Bruno

Download: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42497

[#WINDOWS10] HowTo: Add a Product Key in the trial of 10 windows

Hello!

I’ve done an upgrade in my old Windows 8 Enterprise to Windows 10 Technical Preview. After this I get the annoying message asking me to activate Windows license. For me, everything should be allright, however the Product Key in my SO is my Windows 8′s one, so it is impossible to activate it in Windows 10.

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The funny thing is that if you use the MSDN to access your Product Keys, when you access the Windows 10 detail, you will see that it has no Product Key associated.

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That if, even though the message says “No product key is required” is placed in the “Details” section of the product.

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Now you know, use this Product Key and ready, Windows 10 is activated…

Best regards

/El Bruno

[#WINDOWS10] HowTo: Agregar una Product Key en la trial de windows 10

Hola!

Si como yo has hecho un upgrade de tu Windows 8 Enterprise a Windows 10, seguramente te encontrarás con el molesto mensaje pidiendo que actives la licencia de Windows. El problema que tienes es que la activación está asociada al Product Key que usas con Windows 8, con lo que es imposible activarlo.

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Lo curioso es que si usas la copia de MSND, cuando accedes al detalle de Windows 10, verás que la misma no tiene Product Key asociado.

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Eso si, si bien el mensaje dice “No product key is required” la misma se encuentra en la sección “Details” del producto.

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Y ahora ya sabes, es usar esta Product Key y listo, Windows 10 queda activado …

Saludos

/El Bruno

[#KINECTSDK] Kinect for Windows SDK V2 Final Release, adapter for Kinect of XBoxOne and a couple of very cool apps

Hello!

great day for Kinect Developers. First the SDK to version 2.0 has been released in mode “release”. So no more excuses to not create apps for Windows 8.1 (and 10), now they are fully supported, the SDK is stable and there is no excuse ;)

Another interesting topic, now we have a special adapter (US$ S49.99) which allows us to use in Windows apps the Kinect sensor included with the XBoxOne. This way if you have, (like myself) the Kinect sensor boring with your XBoxOne you can leverage it to create apps.

Finally there are a couple of apps available in the Store of Windows that already using the SDK and are an excellent example of what we can do with Kinect V2

  • Kinect Evolution: An app that helps developers understand the core capabilities of the Kinect for Windows v2 technology.
  • YAKiT: An entertaining app from the developers at Freak n’ Genius that allows people without design expertise to animate 2D or 3D characters in real time.
  • 3D Builder: An app that enables anyone to scan on person or object, turn it into a 3D model, and create a 3D print of that model. You no longer have to be a technologist or have access to a 3D printer to create amazing 3D prints!

Download the SDK from here (link)

Buy the adapter for Kinect from here (link)

Best regards

/El Bruno

[#KINECTSDK] Kinect for Windows SDK V2 Final Release, adaptador para Kinect de XBoxOne y con un par de apps muy molonas

Hola!

gran día para los Kinect Developers. En primer lugar el SDK para la version 2.0 ha sido liberado en modo “release”, es decir la versión final. Ahora si, las apps de Windows 8.1 (y 10) están soportadas, el SDK es estable y ya no hay excusa para no comenzar a crear a apps.

Otro detalle interesante es que se pone a la venta un adaptador especial (U$S49.99) para poder utilizar el sensor Kinect que viene con la XBoxOne desde Windows. De esta forma si tienes, el sensor Kinect aburriendose con tu XBoxOne podrás aprovechar el mismo para crear apps (yo lo tengo de adorno, ya que no lo uso nunca).

Finalmente hay un par de apps disponibles en la Store de Windows que ya usan el SDK y que son un excelente ejemplo de lo que podemos hacer con Kinect V2

  • Kinect Evolution: An app that helps developers understand the core capabilities of the Kinect for Windows v2 technology.
  • YAKiT: An entertaining app from the developers at Freak n’ Genius that allows people without design expertise to animate 2D or 3D characters in real time.
  • 3D Builder: An app that enables anyone to scan a person or object, turn it into a 3D model, and create a 3D print of that model. You no longer have to be a technologist or have access to a 3D printer to create amazing 3D prints!

Descarga el SDK desde aquí (link)

Compra el adaptador para Kinect desde aquí (link)

Saludos

/El Bruno

[#WINDOWS10] New options for Docking Windows

Hello!

Those of us who use the keyboard a lot, for sure we appreciate the options that we have with the Windows key combination + Cursor (up, down, right, or left) since Windows 7. When you perform one of these combinations, the window with focus is docked to a specific section in your desktop.

I personally use it a lot and now using Windows 10, I realized that something had changed. Now in addition to docking to left and right options, we have additionals options, ie: once accommodated a window to the left, pressing Windows + Up and it conforms to a 4th part of our desktop. With 2 or 3 row combinations, we have interesting layouts.

In the video below, you can see how windows are accommodated and the combination that I use in each case in a label above leftW10 Docking Windows

Best regards

/Bruno