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MicroStation

Project on game console, the blue prints are already laid out I need some minds, brains to help me please contact me at cseck@bryant.edu Thanks again

Run Simulink Models on PandaBoard

With R2012b, Simulink provides built-in support for prototyping, testing, and running models on the PandaBoard and PandaBoard ES. You can design algorithms in Simulink for audio processing and computer vision applications then see them perform with hardware. The included tools & utilities allow PandaBoard users to setup their board directly from a Windows computer. MATLAB command line utilities allow the user to talk to PandaBoard from within MATLAB through MATLAB command line API's. On the Simulink side, External Mode feature is supported that allows running a Simulink model on the board while inspecting the results directly on the host computer.

To install support for the PandaBoard, at the MATLAB command prompt, type "targetinstaller". Target Installer opens.
• If you did not download the support package, choose Internet. Target Installer automatically downloads and installs the support package.
• If you did download the support package, choose Folder. After you specify a location, Target Installer installs the support package.

Simulink support for the PandaBoard includes the following I/O driver blocks:
• Video Input and Display
• Audio Input and Output
• UDP Send and Receive

SMART TV

LCD and Plasma TV sets have revolutionized living rooms everywhere. Gone are the days of having large consoles or tables to hold those big CRT TV sets. Now, most TVs are mounted on the wall increasing space and viewability. One thing is for sure, TVs aren’t going to get any smaller. The newest TVs range in size up to 84 inches and feature high resolution, 3D capabilities, and access to the Internet.

So what’s next for the TV revolution? Manufacturers are going remote-less. Although universal remotes have made accessing our technology easier, remotes still have a tendency to end up under the couch for some reason. We’ll finally be able to banish the phrase, “where’s the remote?

Many TV manufacturers are embedding technology into their TV sets enabling people to use hand gestures and voice recognition to change channels, adjust the volume and switch devices. The early adopters of this technology are Samsung and LG with many to follow. Obviously currently these technologies are expensive.
In this work we are developing a system in which the Television is controlled using hand gestures. For gesture recognition we will be incorporating OpenCV Libraries. OpenCV is Open Source Computer Vision Library which includes image processing functions that are available for C, C++ programming.

After processing the gesture, control signals according to gestures will be sent to the controller at Television. All the processing will be done using ARM based platform like PandaBoard which is an OMAP4430 platform designed to provide access to as many of the powerful features of the OMAP4430 Multimedia Processor as possible, while maintaining a low cost.

The present project is supported by Texas Instrumentation, Banguluru.

Porting adroid on panda board

Porting android and linux on panda board.

Porting ASTERISK VOIP server on Panda board

Porting ASTERISK VOIP server on Panda board for unified communications.

SMART TV

We are developing a SMART TV by costomizing the user interfaces and adding apks.

Network-attached storage @ http://www.open-etech.com/Projects/PandaBoard/

The PandaBoard is connected to Internet using a WIFI connection. In this case, since their is no administration access to the WIFI router, a VPN connection is created using the LogMeIn Hamachi VPN client solution for Linux (Beta). The storage is a USB drive.

Network-attached storage

The PandaBoard is connected to Internet using a WIFI connection. In this case, since their is no administration access to the WIFI router, a VPN connection is created using the LogMeIn Hamachi VPN client solution for Linux (Beta). The storage is a USB drive.

Network-attached storage

The PandaBoard is connected to Internet using a WIFI connection. In this case, since their is no administration access to the WIFI router, a VPN connection is created using the LogMeIn Hamachi VPN client solution for Linux (Beta). The storage is a USB drive.

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