Presenting the OpenMotic Project
Juan Camilo Chaparro Marroquín
jcchaparro9 at gmail.com
Tue May 11 00:15:11 EDT 2010
Thanks for looking at the project :)
>I like this project, keep good documentation.
>The ID800WT seems was made in China, do you have plans to design a new
>hardware? Such as based on SAKC board design.
Yes, I hope to develop a new hardware platform, with the help of the
community. I would like it to be touchscreen based and to have the features
of a tablet PC, and also use it for other purposes, like monitoring
networks, as a graphical design tool, and other things...
I'm working into setting up some libraries for using the XBEE modules in API
mode, I would like to know what application you have targeted for your
modules :) , so we can work together.
2010/5/10 Atommann <atommann at gmail.com>
> Dear Juan Camilo Chaparro,
> 2010/5/11 Juan Camilo Chaparro Marroquín <jcchaparro9 at gmail.com>:
> > Hi all:
> > Wolfgang and Carlos have asked me to start some wiki pages about the
> > I'm doing right now, which I named OpenMotic. You can see more in the
> > itself, however, I wanted to ask for all your thoughts about the project,
> > which I hope serves in long term for other developments (maybe another
> > hardware platform?). Thanks in advance for your time, I hope you enjoy
> > info about the project.
> > http://en.qi-hardware.com/wiki/OpenMotic
> I like this project, keep good documentation.
> The ID800WT seems was made in China, do you have plans to design a new
> hardware? Such as based on SAKC board design.
> By the way, I ordered 2 XBEE module from adafruit.com several days
> ago(I still did not get it yet).
> Best regards,
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