Text: This may be the easiest hologram viewer to make for the iPhone 6s and similar smart phones. Get a Fiji 1.05 pint water bottle. Cut the neck off at its base and sever the pyramid area just above the label. You will get a piece of plastic that looks like this. Make sure that the phone's screen is at its brightest setting. Start a hologram video and place the plastic narrow part down near the center of the screen. Adjust the location of the plastic as needed to view the hologram. Some of the hologram videos do not work well with this viewer. There are some links to hologram videos that work well with the viewer in this video's description on YouTube.
These tutorials will show how to create Windows applications with Visual Basic (VB) Express. VB Express is a free program that can be downloaded from Microsoft's website. These tutorials will take the user step by step through the process of creating a "Hello World" application to advanced programming. All code can be downloaded for free at http://www.schoolfreeware.com
All code examples can be downloaded at SchoolFreeware.com. The tutorial series uses the Free Pascal Compiler with the Lazarus IDE. Lazarus works for Windows Mac and Linux and is a similar to Turbo Pascal / Delphi.
These are the current QBasic - QB64 tutorials from SchoolFreeware. All code used in the tutorials can be downloaded at www.schoolfreeware.com. QBasic is an easy to learn programming language for beginners.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 comes with built-in speech recognition and dictation software. The software is called Windows Speech Recognition (WSR). The tutorials use Windows 7, but users with Windows Vista should be able to follow along without complication