Testing the exciting features of this great board. Low cost computing for the masses.
Autonomous Naval Robotic Vehicle
The MS0x00 is our first autonomous boat. Currently very limited in its engine power, it serves us as testing and benchmarking platform for hardware and software. We're happy to hear about your ideas, encouragements, source code, experiments or hardware.
Apart from testing the already included components, we will use the MS0x00 as technology carrier and support platform for future projects like the SY0x2A, which will be our first autonomous sailboat.
The highly modular system as sensor platform will not only serve experiments, but also generate public data in the form of e.g. water surveys. We are thinking about high resolution depth charts, chemical or physical property maps, etc. depending on the sensors available.
The ship's central brain is a Pandaboard, which controls a smaller microcontroller system. The rudder and 4 HP main engine are controlled by this microcontroller via a i2c databus.
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Attempting to build a municipal wireless mesh for a WISP in Northern Utah utilising the PandaBoard ES for each gateway and node with the included WLAN chip connected to a 2.4GHz microwave omnidirectional antenna and the new Broadcom 802.11ac chip attached to the board and a 5GHz microwave omnidirectional antenna.
Each node with antennas and second WLAN chip should cost less than $600 and all software will be open source with Ubuntu Server and WING for Linux.
We are currently developing the proof of concept Gateway on our first PandaBoard.
For more information, contact the main developer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Air Islamic Android Phones
Code name: asio
Owner Mohamed Hussein Mustafa ~ Software Engineer ` Cairo, Egypt
"Islamic Android Phones" Build for publishing islamic religious for more distrebution in islamic countries helping in growth of islamic religion is rapidly NW-Hi-Tech.
Iam making a two wheel self-balancing robot that will balance it self on two wheels through different sensors. My central and main controller will be the PANDA BOARD ES and further the robot will be controlled through Wi-fi interface. and their will also be some sensors for the detection of obstacle.
These are the main things which i am doing by using PANDA BOARD ES
how do i get chrome os onto an sd card so that I can boot that on my panda board? I need help asap! Thanks!!!
I am building a wearable computer,that will be optimized for use in an educational,especially high school,enviroment.It will serve to augment the student's memory,with a camera and a mike,as well as the student's knowledge,through encyclopedias an the internet.It will include a head mounted display,easy to use keyboard an possibly internet access.
Das U-Boot (Universal Bootloader) is an open source, primary boot loader used in embedded devices. It is available for a number of different computer architectures, including PPC, ARM, MIPS, AVR32, x86, 68k, Nios, and MicroBlaze.
The PandaBoard is a low-power, low-cost single-board computer based on the Texas Instruments OMAP4430 processor. It is a community supported development platform and is the first OMAP4 mobile software development platform.
The PandaBoard supports both DVI(Digital–Visual Interface) as well as HDMI(High-Definition Multimedia Interface).
U-boot currently, does not initialze the display until the kernel is up and running. The project aims to implement a splash screen for U-boot using the PandaBoard so that the display does not remain blank until the kernel initializes it.
Small board is connected to two LCD headers on the bottom of PandaBoard, and provides simple interface to LVDS LCD panels like those you can find in notebooks. Board supports EDID/I2C interface for automatic display settings setup. Also, there is support for LCD brightness, including automatic brightness control with help of ambient light sensor.
Schematic and Gerbers are available under GPL license.
Also, you can order bare PCB, fully assembled board, or bundle of board with LCD with capacitive touchscreen.
Our Project name is viSparsh.This word has been coined by our team. It is a conglomeration of two words namely vision (Vis) & Touch (Sparsh). We felt the name ViSparsh truly depicted the purpose of our project which was to aid the visually impaired people through the sense of Touch. We also thought this as an apt name for our team too whereby the same word would signify our team's aim of touching the lives of several people through our vision.
The aim of the project is to develop a Haptic Belt with the XBOX360 Kinect for visually impaired persons where the initial technical effort needs to be taken to develop some relatively low-cost technology projects and integrating them into a socially useful application. The project would be one of its kind in India considering the fact where plethora of technological products are already present, only a few actually creates an impact needed for the Indian Society. We are aiming to build a state of the art, easy to use customized for the Indian Market.
Final product will be not only be a navigating device utilizing Kinect, GPS, Digital Compass but also an entertainment and utility product.