Member #145744

Member Since: August 7, 2010

Country: United States

  • Does it have a GPU?

    If so, what versions of OpenGL does it support?

  • CastAR is going to be awesome!!! Can’t wait for the Android SDK :-)

  • scientists have no clue how to create a virtual object in mid-air

    castAR is a relatively new approach that sounds promising using micro projectors, a retro reflective surface and head tracking.

    http://www.engadget.com/2013/05/18/cast-ar-hands-on-with-jeri-ellsworth-at-maker-faire-2013/ http://hackaday.com/2013/05/31/jeri-spills-the-beans-on-her-ar-glasses/

  • You can also use Ino with LOA (Linux on Android) as I describe in this lunch-and-learn presentation.

    http://www.jeffboody.net/sparkfun-lunch-and-learn-20130124.pdf

  • Are you using my Serial Mirror Android app to send the command?

  • Actually, my implementation is a fork of Sparkfun’s code.

    Simon-Says/App is the Android app
    Simon-Says/Firmware is the Arduino firmware
    

    Here is a direct link to the firmware for your convenience.

    https://github.com/jeffboody/Simon-Says/tree/master/Firmware/Simon_Says

  • I think the second paragraph is a bit confusing if you missed the lunch-and-learn talk. Essentially I demonstrated how to turn an Android device into a full Arduino development environment using Linux-on-Android and an app I created called Serial Mirror. The Serial Mirror app was created to support wireless flashing and debugging via a Bluetooth “FTDI” cable. Here is the full presentation if you are interested in the details.

    http://www.jeffboody.net/sparkfun-lunch-and-learn-20130124.pdf

    Jeff

  • My Planet Express Team used this Bluesmirf module this year for the Sparkfun AVC competiton.
    I’ve created a demo app which shows how connect an Android phone to an Arduino with the Bluesmirf module. The demo can control an led and read a potentiometer. It should work with Android 2.0 (ecliar) and above.
    Here is the demo.
    https://github.com/jeffboody/bluesmirf-demo

  • My Planet Express Team used this Bluesmirf module this year for the Sparkfun AVC competiton.
    I’ve created a demo app which shows how connect an Android phone to an Arduino with the Bluesmirf module. The demo can control an led and read a potentiometer. It should work with Android 2.0 (ecliar) and above.
    Here is the demo.
    https://github.com/jeffboody/bluesmirf-demo

  • When will you upload pictures of the “arch”?

No public wish lists :(