This may not help you fight off North Korean missiles, but the app sure is fun to use! We’re talking about the missile launcher controller on the Windows Phone 7 device shown in action below. Student DG Kanatsios received a computer-controlled desktop missile launcher and decided to hack it and allow a WP7 device to serve as a remote for the gadget…

Apparently, the coding was pretty easy to do and the result was a Silverlight app for Windows Phone 7, that didn’t even take many minutes to develop. More details on the application and the code for the missile launcher can be found here.

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