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* To run the Phidgets setup you might need to install the following two .NET Versions:
** [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=262D25E3-F589-4842-8157-034D1E7CF3A3&displaylang=en | .NET 1.1 Redistributable Package]]
** [[http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&displaylang=en | .NET 2.0 Redistributable Package]]
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* After installation, you will fine source demonstrating many phidgets under C:\Program Files\GroupLab\Phidgets.NET\Demos
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* After installation, you will find source demonstrating many phidgets under C:\Program Files\GroupLab\Phidgets.NET\Demos , or you can download it separately by getting the PhidgetDemo file in the Examples section
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* [[Attach:PhidgetDemos.zip| Demos of many Phidgets]] which include source code. Some phidgets have several examples of how to use them: a very simple one that shows basic functionality, another one that exercises almost all its properties, and a 3rd that illustrates its skin in action. This is a very valuable resource for learning how to code Phidgets.
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* [[Attach:PhidgetDemos.zip| Demos of many Phidgets]] which include source code.
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Some phidgets have several examples of how to use them: a very simple one that shows basic functionality, another one that exercises almost all its properties, and a 3rd that illustrates its skin in action. This is a very valuable resource for learning how to code Phidgets.
** Note that due to the way Phidgets are designed, if you try to access a single phidget through two programs at the same time confusing things may happen.
** Finally, if you run and stop one program controlling a phidget, you may have to wait a moment or two (or quit and restart the demo program) before you can use the second program (the 2nd program may not connect to the phidget).
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!!! Tutorials and Examples
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!!! Tutorials
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!!!Examples
* [[Attach:PhidgetDemos.zip| Demos of many Phidgets]] which include source code. Some phidgets have several examples of how to use them: a very simple one that shows basic functionality, another one that exercises almost all its properties, and a 3rd that illustrates its skin in action. This is a very valuable resource for learning how to code Phidgets.
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If you want to create distributed physical user interface, you can also use the [[Toolkits.SharedPhidgets| SharedPhidgets Toolkit]], that uses a shared dictionary of the .Networking toolkit to make it easier to develop physical user interfaces with remote located components.
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Note that this version of Phidgets.Net is begin replaced by the SharedPhidgets toolkit. If you want to create distributed physical user interface, you can also use the [[Toolkits.SharedPhidgets| SharedPhidgets Toolkit]], that uses a shared dictionary of the .Networking toolkit to make it easier to develop physical user interfaces with remote located components.
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Once it is installed, open the Phidgets Tutorial (draft) book below and follow the instructions for 'Adding Phidgets to the Toolbox' on page 70.
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* Once it is installed, open the Phidgets Tutorial (draft) book below and follow the instructions for 'Adding Phidgets to the Toolbox' on page 70.
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The most current C# release is:\\
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The most current C# release is:
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[[Attach:GroupLab_Phidgets_NET_v1_3_5.msi | Phidgets.Net version 1.3.5]]
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* [[Attach:GroupLab_Phidgets_NET_v1_3_5.msi | Phidgets.Net version 1.3.5]]
Once it is installed, open the Phidgets Tutorial (draft) book below and follow the instructions for 'Adding Phidgets to the Toolbox' on page 70.
* Use Chapter 2 of the book to write your first Phidgets program
* After installation, you will fine source demonstrating many phidgets under C:\Program Files\GroupLab\Phidgets.NET\Demos
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The download instructions and files can be found on the GroupLab website:\\
[[http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/software/phidgets/]]
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The most current C# release is:\\
[[Attach:GroupLab_Phidgets_NET_v1_3_5.msi | Phidgets.Net version 1.3.5]]
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* [[http://www.phidgets.com/ | Phidgets, Inc. products and software]]
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* [[http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/phidgets/gallery/index.html| Gallery of projects (includes videos)]]
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* [[Attach:PhidgetTutorial-v6.pdf | Phidgets Tutorial (draft) ]]
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* [[Connecting Phidgets with MSN Messenger]]
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* [[http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/software/phidgets/doc/ | HTML Documentation]]
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If you want to create distributed physical user interface, you can also use the [[Toolkits.SharedPhidgets| SharedPhidgets Toolkit]], that uses a shared dictionary of the .Networking toolkit to make it easier to develop physical user interface with remote located components.
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If you want to create distributed physical user interface, you can also use the [[Toolkits.SharedPhidgets| SharedPhidgets Toolkit]], that uses a shared dictionary of the .Networking toolkit to make it easier to develop physical user interfaces with remote located components.
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If you want to create distributed physical user interface, you can also use the [[Toolkits.SharedPhidgets| SharedPhidgets Toolkit]], that uses a shared dictionary of the .Networking toolkit to make it easier to develop physical user interface with remote located components.
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The download instructions and files can be found on the GroupLab website:\\
[[http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/software/phidgets/]]
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The GroupLab.
Phidgets.NET library provides a set of Microsoft.NET Common Language Runtime wrappers for the Phidgets™ library. These wrappers make it easier to program phidgets in C# and other .NET languages than using the COM Interop assemblies that automatically generated by Visual Studio .NET.
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* [[#download | Download and Installation]]
* [[#recipes | Recipes, How-To's]]
* [[#tutorials | Tutorials and Examples]]
* [[#links | Links]]
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