During this session we worked on communication between an Android app and a Raspberry Pi. We are planning to send data from the acceleration sensor of a mobile device to Raspberry Pi in order to use it for remote controlling a model boat. The first steps are done. Until next Thursday we plan to add more configuration features to the app. Furthermore we want to put some basic communication output on Raspberry e.g. some LEDs to see if the values are transmitted correctly.
Update: In order to speed up our deployment processes we started to include a C++ cross compiler in our continuous integration system Jenkins so that we can compile binaries for Raspbian on our debian server.
It’s been a while since our last thinktank session. Now it’s time start over with brand new projects, brand new ideas and a brand new supporter. We would like to introduce Matthias, an enthusiastic scientist and developer. Information about new projects will follow soon in our projects section.
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