Here you can find some handy homemade little tools.

With Winarkeo MPO Viewer you can display pictures taken with stereoscopic cameras like the Nintendo 3DS or 2DS, the HTC Evo 3D or the Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3. The file format of these shots is the .MPO one, for Multi Picture Object.

Thanks to a pair of Red/Cyan glasses like th...

If you got a hundred things to do, the habit of losing your Post-it or just prefer using a screen to manage stuff, this software may suit you!

With Winarkeo To-Do List you can easily create and edit To-Do Lists thanks to its .tdl file format. A Winarkeo To-Do List file is a bunch of line...

Whoever has used a Mac in his life (by will or by force) have probably been impressed by the rounded screen corners, adding a powerful design touch to the device. It seems the graphical feature was removed as of Leopard (10.5), but I still remember the effect it gave to a desktop, as I played around...

Winarkeo POSPicPrinter is the outcome of the below project, and will allow you to thermal print pictures the most comfortable way!

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pospicprint_setup.exe

Source included in setup dir

Happy printing!


We've seen in a previous article how to get most of a thermal printer, and...

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secondscreen_setup.exe

Despite the effort to make the best of the watch, it's still just a good hack. So, some instabilities linked to data overflow and mishandled packets can create random deconnexions and freezes of the LiveView.

Source included


Found buried in a thrift...

Also, Night Mode for deep night writing!

Sometimes you have to send documents as PDF, which implies to open Word or your favorite office suite, type the document, save it first as .docx, then export it to .pdf, to finally send it. So many steps, when the doc itself consists of some lines of basic...

Showing what an artist you are thanks to Nintendo DS Art Academy Extractor

I created this little utility while doodling around with the Art Academy game for Nintendo DS classic. I was frustrated not being able to export my "masterpieces" to my computer, so I decided to take an hexadecimal look at...

When programming software or designing stuff, I often need to calculate values. As most Windows users, I use the goold old calc.exe. In order to do so, I launch it by doing Win+R > calc > (waiting for launch) > profit. But with Windows 10+, the calc is now a Windows App (calc.exe is just a wrapper...