donderdag 16 februari 2012 18:11
I am very interested in having a client for my Windows Phone 7. I have the HTC Titan which comes with 512MB of RAM - which I think would be more than sufficient for this application.
I looked at the development API - however it requires that I have the windows client installed.
I cannot use the web version of the client since the page tells me on my phone that I do not have Silverlight 4 installed. :(
Can we please get this working on the Windows Phone 7? It would be AWESOME and a nice app to showcase on the marketplace for the phone.
woensdag 22 februari 2012 15:50Eigenaar
There is no announcement as to a WP7 version currently.
- Als antwoord gemarkeerd door Jonathan Fay - WorldWide Telescope ArchitectMicrosoft Employee, Owner woensdag 22 februari 2012 15:50
dinsdag 27 maart 2012 10:04
I would love to see one soon as it makes more sense to bring a phone instead of a laptop to go stargazing and with Windows Phone apps written in Silverlight I would think it would be semi easy to port
In other words pleeeeeaaaasse :)
(I have been checking every day since Windows Phone Launched)
woensdag 28 maart 2012 2:27This differs from the tiled display wall. In a tiled display wall the monitor count > 1, but in a dome or cylidrical projection, each of the counts for x & y are 1, and the x and y= 0 while the heading, pitch, roll, field of view, etc are set to create set of displays that look good from the users eye point AKA the sweet spot.
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donderdag 29 maart 2012 1:14Ok, so I figured out how to deal with it. But I still have one question. On the video the lines appear like they're some sort of glowing. They're just not completely green, for instance. How do I apply that effect? This is how I did it. (Please tell me if I did something wrong etc) *I found the data *Saved them as .tle files. *Opened them in layer manager *Got the result (without the effect) If you know how to enable the effect, please let me know