Archive for the 'wearable computing' Category
A Symbian S60 Nokia E71 connected to an Arduino Mega via Bluetooth.
The E71 may also be used as a “gateway” with an uplink via WLAN or GSM - which basically make the LEDs switchable from everywhere in the world. This photo illustrates a potential usage scenario with a remote controlled vehicle.
Video to come pretty soon.
A (foldable) Bluetooth keyboard used for typing on an Android G1. Works with all applications on the G1 that accept keyboard input.
Even though the G1 has a built-in QWERTY keyboard - this external option might be interesting for typing longer text while being e.g. in a train or at a cafe.
The setup uses the Linux Bluez Bluetooth stack and the uinput mechanism - both there on the Android device.