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by Eric
18:21, 28 Jan 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Help with developing an app like parrot drone.
Replies: 3
Views: 10216

Re: Help with developing an app like parrot drone.

Hi. What a cool project! I'm not familiar with the AR.Drone, but what I would do myself is to have a look at another application like [AR.Drone WebFlight](https://github.com/eschnou/ardrone-webflight) and then modify that into a mobile app. By glancing at the code I see they use websockets to connec...
by Eric
12:57, 11 Dec 2014
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: MQTT
Replies: 3
Views: 11482

Re: MQTT

Hi.

I did a quick search and found this Cordova plug-in with Android support: https://github.com/arcoirislabs/mqtt-cordova
by Eric
13:25, 10 Dec 2014
Forum: Texas Instruments
Topic: TI SensorTag App to the web
Replies: 1
Views: 9653

Re: TI SensorTag App to the web

Hi! Thanks, nice that you like Evothings Studio! It sound's like you are working on a really fun project! No questions are silly :) Your task is quite easy to accomplish but it requires some skill in web development, with rougly these steps: 1. Enable your website's server to receive data, by for ex...
by Eric
13:03, 10 Dec 2014
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Add evothings:// URLs to home screen on iOS?
Replies: 4
Views: 15155

Re: Add evothings:// URLs to home screen on iOS?

Hi! Cool idea! We have thought about providing a service for live reloads against an internet URL, which would allow a Home Screen app to be updated live through Evothings Workbench. Unfortutately it's not possible to get this functionality using evothings:// URLs, as the purpose of such URLs is to ...
by Eric
18:27, 07 Oct 2014
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Reading Characteristic Data
Replies: 4
Views: 17119

Re: Reading Characteristic Data

Hi! Look into the WICED-Sense kit iOS app's source code and see if you can find the answer of how the data is coded. You can find the source code here: http://community.broadcom.com/docs/DOC-1648 Additionally there might be some documentation regarding it at http://community.broadcom.com/community/w...
by Eric
06:15, 09 Jul 2014
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Ultrasonic networking
Replies: 2
Views: 12273

Re: Ultrasonic networking

Boris Smus, the author of the sonicnet.js library, states that he tested his library successfully on Chrome-to-Chrome transmission on Mac Books, and between Chrome for Android and Chrome for Mac. Good point about side effects. Boris states that the frequency range used lies within limits that childr...
by Eric
21:45, 29 Jun 2014
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Ultrasonic networking
Replies: 2
Views: 12273

Ultrasonic networking

The Chromecast will soon enable authenticating nearby mobile devices using ultrasound. There is a JS library, sonicnet.js , that uses the Web Audio API to enable data transmission between devices using ultrasound (see the article Ultrasonic Networking On The Web ). This approach is interesting espec...
by Eric
07:27, 10 May 2014
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Electric Imp and the internet connected elevator
Replies: 0
Views: 17371

Electric Imp and the internet connected elevator

I have played around some with the Electric Imp . Its size and ease of use makes it highly useful and inspiring. For example during a previous hack event me and two friends managed to make an elevator connected to the internet with the use of the Electric Imp. It took us only two or three hours incl...
by Eric
07:55, 28 Apr 2014
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Send SMS from an arduino
Replies: 11
Views: 34095

Re: Send SMS from an arduino

Your idea of using an old phone connected to an Arduino is excellent and relates to something we at Evothings has been thinking about quite frequently - refurbishing of old technology! I imagine many people having old unused mobile devices which could be used for many things. In the case of connecti...
by Eric
07:12, 28 Apr 2014
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Solution for Sigfox networks?
Replies: 3
Views: 12810

Re: Solution for Sigfox networks?

It seems SIGFOX so far has networks set up in the Netherlands, France, Russia and Spain, see their SNO list (SIGFOX Network Operator list). Does anyone here live in range of a SIGFOX network?

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