This project is to create virtualization on OMAP4430.
A slim syslink API inspired by gst-dsp.
The main objective of this project is to build a cheap auto-focus camera using OpenCV libraries.
- 5 MP Auto-focus camera module.
- Runs on linux with custom user interface.
- Social-oriented (Upload pictures directly to communities like Facebook, Photobucket, Picasa, Flickr, etc.).
- Community based development.
- Media Player.
OpenCV is a widely used, cross-platform real-time image processing libraries. The key applications of OpenCV include Facial Recognition System, Gesture Recognition and Motion Tracking which are sufficient to provide functionalities we find in regular cameras like Face Detection, Smile Detection, image stabilization, different shooting modes (like Panorama, smile shot, continuous shots, etc.), etc.
The user has full access to code thereby allowing him to tweak the existing code or write new ones. Wrappers for languages like C#, Python, Ruby and Java are already developed. Therefore code can be written in any language. Also code written by community members can accessed and downloaded. The downloaded code can be installed in the camera. This allows the user to upgrade his camera to better functionality.
Further, this can be used as a Media Player. Also functionalities like Geo-tagging can also be implemented if the board has a built-in GPS.
This project is aimed to develop a 2 channel 50Msps 12bit DAQ system, plus 32 channel digital analyzer. Scope of this project includes both hardware and software development.
Spartan 6 FPGA will be used to perform ADC and logic input control. ARM processor will be used to transmit data to PC through USB2.0 or Ethernet.
The ARM processor will run Embedded Linux (likely Linaro). Control software on PC will be developed to generate VCD formated output. VCD data can be easily opened using waveform viewer like GTKView.
The Home Brew Robotics Club (Silicon Valley, CA) has decided to pool their efforts by selecting a single high-end processor board (currently PandaBoard) to use on their higher end robots.
This will be known as the Robot Reference Platform (RRP).
It has been recognized that keeping up to date with the latest high end processor boards is a never ending effort. As each individual strives to make progress with the next, latest and greatest development, a lot of time is spent reinventing and rediscovering solutions that work.
It is hoped that by defining the RRP and pooling all of the knowledge and information that goes into configuring it, building kernels, selecting software packages, finding additional peripherals and drivers etc, we can advance the use of the RRP and accelerate user progress with these latest exciting technology.
FreeRDP is a free remote desktop protocol client that implements RDP following the documentation released under the Microsoft Open Specification Promise.
Using FreeRDP, one can turn a PandaBoard into a nice open source thin client and make it feel like it was a full-blown desktop computer. VirtualBox can be used to expose virtual machines for remote access using RDP, otherwise most Windows editions support it by default. Alternatively, the open source xrdp server can be used on Linux machines.
This Project aims to synchronize video running on one panda board with another panda board over WLAN. Both panda boards have displays connected & only one panda board will be running the video and at the same time streaming it, the other panda board will receive and display it.
This Project will be done CDAC Bangalore DESD students.
The USB universal gadget driver exports the embedded functionality of the board. Each USB gadget comes with its oqn driver. This project aims to create a universal USB driver to which multiple usb gadgets can be connected. This project will be done by CDAC Bangalore DESD students.
A library to remotely invoke the hw accellerated codecs on IVA-HD via a syslink/rcm shim layer
Fedora ARM project has added support for PandaBoard (armv7) from Fedora 13 onward.