Contents tagged with gadgeteer
I’m working with a few .NETMF folks and have been talking with @ransomhall (http://ransomhall.com) about projects to collaborate on.
Eric created a Mood Cube using a GHI FEZ Rhino and 4 BlinkM Smart RGB LEDs.
I created a Gadgeteer version using a FEZ Hydra, USB ClientDP Module and a MultiColor LED Module.
I printed out a 30mm hollow cube (Sketchup file) (STL file) on my MakerBot Replicator.
I then used a mounting board (more details on those coming soon!) that I cut out of acrylic to …
I am gauging interest in running a Mobile / Embedded Developer user's group for the Central Virginia development community.When people think of mobile applications, they immediately think phone based native applications on fairly tiny screens, however with the proliferation of tablets with larger displays and netbooks pulling apps from the cloud, the mobile scenarios are often more complicated. There is also the demand for enterprise applications to work in more of a consumer model on laptops …
Mike Huffaker and I will be talking about embedded development this coming Thursday at the March meeting of the Richmond Software Craftmanship Group. We meet at the SnagAJob.com offices in Glen Allen, VA. Mike will be discussing Arduino development and I will be talking about .NET MicroFramework (Netduino and Gadgeteer) development and we will contrast the two frameworks.
There’s no real set agenda for the talks, we will basically do some demos and have an open …
I'm hacking on the Gadgeteer platform with my GHI Spider board and working with the MultiColorLED module (5 of them to be exact). I ran across an oddity when you call the .TurnBlue() method, the LED actually turns Green. When you call .TurnGreen(), the LED turns Blue. This behavior has been reported here and here.
As I mentioned before, I have 5 LEDs in my array, In the sample code below, If you only have one LED, change the first line from
arrLED = new …