1. Yocto Project

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    The Yocto Project™ is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture.

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    • blades-of-grass

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      some bend sensors (blade of grass) being read through an arduino nano, by a raspberry pi running the Satellite CCRMA linux build. more importantly, some creative mapping of the cue/frequency values on an eq intended to make a performable replica of the sound of wind through an old window frame.

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      • SerialTerminal

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        This video is about connecting serially to embedded linux devices. This allows you to control them from the command line without the need of a network connection or a monitor and keyboard. 0:30 Let's start with the Yún 1:21 List the serial ports 2:05 Introducing screen 03:45 Exiting the serial connection 04:25 Raspberry Pi 05:02 Pi serial cable connections 05:19 Connecting to the Pi through screen 06:33 BeagleBone Black 06:51 RNDIS on BeagelBone Black

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        • Satellite Interface ~ interface.js running on Satellite CCRMA

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          interface.js https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~mborins/interface.js/ Satellite CCRMA https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~eberdahl/satellite/ ChucK http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/ node.js http://nodejs.org/

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          • Introducing the Hob

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            The Hob is one of the Yocto Project's latest achievements: a graphical user interface for the BitBake build system. For more information, see the Yocto Project website at http://yoctoproject.org.

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            • Carlos Garnacho - Multi-touch and gesture recognition (pt 2/2)

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              Carlos Garnacho - Multi-touch and gesture recognition (pt 2/2) Part 2. Part 1 here: http://vimeo.com/22230629 Abstract: A lot of work is being put into developing libraries, programs and drivers for Multi-touch devices. Carlos has been involved in the development for a long time and will explain the basic concepts, show how it works as well as give some code examples on how to integrate M-t and gesture support into your application. FSCONS Schedule page: http://fscons.org/2010/embedded/multi-touch

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              • OpenBlockS 600 by Martin Killmann

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                TLUG technical meeting. November 14, 2009.

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                • Music Invader

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                  http://metalab.at/wiki/Music_Invader

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                  • Carlos Garnacho - Multi-touch and gesture recognition (pt 1/2)

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                    Carlos Garnacho - Multi-touch and gesture recognition (pt 1/2) Part 1. Part 2 here: http://vimeo.com/22230739 Abstract: A lot of work is being put into developing libraries, programs and drivers for Multi-touch devices. Carlos has been involved in the development for a long time and will explain the basic concepts, show how it works as well as give some code examples on how to integrate M-t and gesture support into your application. FSCONS Schedule page: http://fscons.org/2010/embedded/multi-touch

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                    • Gustav Simonsson, Fredrik Andersson - Erlang on Embedded Devices

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                      Gustav Simonsson, Fredrik Andersson - Erlang on Embedded Devices Abstract: Erlang holds great potential for use in Embedded devices. The distributed and fault-tolerant nature of Erlang has many uses in embedded systems, and yet there is not much available for the enthusiastic Erlang developer who wants to run Erlang applications on embedded devices. This talk will discuss the potential of a Linux-based Embedded Platform developed with focus on running a minimal Erlang/OTP system. During the talk an example application will be presented in form of a music player which features automatic song sharing. FSCONS Schedule page: http://fscons.org/2010/embedded/erlang-embedded-devices

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