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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Pinguino Robot !!

Julio is a teacher and he uses Pinguino to develop real robot with students.
This one is the last robot they built with recycled parts.

Congratulations to Julio and all the students working on this project.

Visit Julio's blog, it's a great source of information for Pinguino and electronic.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Pinguino Data logger

I discovered this great video today !! This Pinguino data logger built with a 8 bits Pinguino and Gambas is really nice....

Congratulations !!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Pinguino 32 with Android.

First test of Pinguino32 with Android is done. We incorporated in Pinguino32X the IOIO ADB library and everything is working fine. My son, Thomas presents here my first Android/Pinguino application ( as usual I drive Led !! )

As most of Android devices are not yet upgraded with Android 2.3.4, we decided to use ADB protocol wich is compatible with Android 1.6 and higher. As usual in Pinguino IDE, you need only 3 instructions to establish a link with an Android device. We are currently working on the release of the Pinguino IDE. It will incorporate Zigbee, ADB and our current job is to incorporate USB Host to connect mouse, keyboard and generally all useful USB devices.

I am very proud of my first Andoid application, even is this one is not optimised as it should be !!

Many thanks to the IOIO project and Ytai Ben-Tsvi, his owner. Most of the job shown here couldn't be done without the IOIO code.

Monday, August 1, 2011

One more time !! PinguinoVE

I like to hear about the Pinguino community.... And the Venezuelian community of Pinguino is still very active. PinguinoVE has been created at the beginning of this project, using Pinguino to teach home made digital electronic. All the guys working on this project are proud to see what Pinguino is used for and I like to present again this great team.

The last event where PinguinoVE was presented in Venezuela is the national congress of free software. During 3 months, in 11 cities, the PinguinoVE team insured presentation and workshop. More than 30 people for each workshop and 400 people for each presentation. The main question was 'What is Pinguino ?' and how can it be used to expand knowledge. The audience was composed of university students,teachers, geeks, government representatives.

And, as usual, Richard Stallman was there.

PinguinoVE website is the main place to see the work of this community.
More photos here.

Thanks Alexis, Jhuliana, Joan and all the team !!
We keep in touch.....