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23 Mar 2001 Image feathering lab report
This article demonstrates how to merge a foreground and background image by fading from one image to the other, but only along a transition edge drawn with a simple drawing tool.
Earl F. Glynn Contributed Article
30 May 2001 OpenGL with Delphi
Get acquainted with OpenGL 3D graphics programming with this cookbook approach for Delphi developers. By Alex Semichastny.
Alexei Semichastny Contributed Article
9 Aug 2001 Aspect ratio lab report
This lab report demonstrates how to display a rectangular TBitmap in a rectangular TImage of any size while preserving the original aspect ratio. By Earl F. Glynn.
Earl F. Glynn Contributed Article
9 Aug 2001 Cursor overlay lab report
This lab report demonstrates how to convert a cursor to a bitmap and then overlay the cursor's bitmap on another bitmap.
Earl F. Glynn Contributed Article
30 Aug 2001 Programmers' pets
Every programmer has a favorite application. By Pintir Gabor.
Gabor Pinter Contributed Article
10 Sep 2001 DelphiX game tutorial - continued!
Learn the basics of tile animation. By Michael Dundee.
Michael Dundee Contributed Article
13 Nov 2001 XP enable your Delphi application
How to enable the XP control styles in your application
Pan Rumburaku Contributed Article
1 Feb 2002 Hand-arm vibration syndrome and vibrating computer games.
In a letter to the Brittish Medical Journal, doctors at the Department of Paediatric Rheumatology, Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, report a case of Hand-arm vibration syndrome that may be associated with prolonged use of vibrating computer games.
David Intersimone Article
31 Jul 2002 How to programmatically open and close the CD-Rom drive.
Example showing how to open and close the CD-Rom drive using Delphi
Angel Martinez TI
12 Dec 2002 Quake2.exe has been fully converted to Delphi source code from the original C sources.
The Quake II to Delphi Conversion Team is proud to announce that an important milestone has been reached.
David Intersimone Article
10 Jan 2003 How to Use Scanlines
This article shows a fast way to manipulate bitmaps, without using canvas : the scanlines.
Leonel Togniolli Contributed Article
28 Feb 2003 Speech Synthesis & Speech Recognition: Overview
Overview of adding speech synthesis and speech recognition capabilities into Delphi applications using the Microsoft Speech API (SAPI).
Brian Long Contributed Article
28 Feb 2003 Speech Synthesis & Speech Recognition: Using SAPI 4 High Level Interfaces
Details of adding speech synthesis and speech recognition capabilities into Delphi applications using the high-level programming interfaces in Microsoft Speech API v4.0 (SAPI 4).
Brian Long Contributed Article
28 Feb 2003 Speech Synthesis & Speech Recognition: Using SAPI 5.1
Details of adding speech synthesis and speech recognition capabilities into Delphi applications using the Microsoft Speech API v5.1 (SAPI 5.1).
Brian Long Contributed Article
28 Feb 2003 Speech Synthesis & Speech Recognition: Using SAPI 4 Low Level Interfaces
Details of adding speech synthesis and speech recognition capabilities into Delphi applications using the low-level programming interfaces in Microsoft Speech API v4.0 (SAPI 4).
Brian Long Contributed Article
26 Mar 2003 Non-rectangular translucent forms
This article shows you how, on Windows 2000/XP, you can easily add a non-standard user interface to your application by taking advantage of translucency and transparency.
Philippe Randour Contributed Article
31 Dec 2003 Busy not doing the dishes - by Noel Rice
Noel demonstrates the ability of Delphi 8 in working with Managed DirectX 9.x with the same ease as C# and VB.NET under the .NET Framework.
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
12 Apr 2004 .NET USERGROUP in the Bay Area!
Join us every 3rd Wednesday of every month to learn about .NET technologies in Santa Clara, CA starting April 21st. Register today for FREE!
Lino Tadros Contributed Article
16 Jan 2006 2006 PGD Annual 'The Big Boss' Game Programming Competition
Details about this year's game programming competition being held over at http://www.pascalgamedevelopment.com/
Dominique Louis Contributed Article
25 Aug 2009 3D Scanning - A New View On Things
3D scanning is the art of converting the geometric essence of tangible objects and or scenes into numerical data. Like most other vision technologies have done in the past, the impact of 3D scanning on business, industry and society can be profound. This article provides a brief overview on 3D scanning technology as well as an introduction to a new 3D scanner application called GRASP that was created with Delphi.
B.J. Rao Article

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