The Pandaboard enclosure provides protection for the Pandaboard while keeping all the connector and LCD accessible. It is designed to be cut and modified to adapt the internal connectors as well. It includes an external push button for the reset and user buttons on the board.
The Home Brew Robotics Club (Silicon Valley, CA) has decided to pool their efforts by selecting a single high-end processor board (currently PandaBoard) to use on their higher end robots.
This will be known as the Robot Reference Platform (RRP).
It has been recognized that keeping up to date with the latest high end processor boards is a never ending effort. As each individual strives to make progress with the next, latest and greatest development, a lot of time is spent reinventing and rediscovering solutions that work.
FreeRDP is a free remote desktop protocol client that implements RDP following the documentation released under the Microsoft Open Specification Promise.
Using FreeRDP, one can turn a PandaBoard into a nice open source thin client and make it feel like it was a full-blown desktop computer. VirtualBox can be used to expose virtual machines for remote access using RDP, otherwise most Windows editions support it by default. Alternatively, the open source xrdp server can be used on Linux machines.
This Project aims to synchronize video running on one panda board with another panda board over WLAN. Both panda boards have displays connected & only one panda board will be running the video and at the same time streaming it, the other panda board will receive and display it.
This Project will be done CDAC Bangalore DESD students.
The USB universal gadget driver exports the embedded functionality of the board. Each USB gadget comes with its oqn driver. This project aims to create a universal USB driver to which multiple usb gadgets can be connected. This project will be done by CDAC Bangalore DESD students.
This project aims to add support for a v4l2 compliant driver for driving the OMAP4 Imaging SubSystem (ISS).
Main idea is to provide a upstreamable software support for CSI-2 compatible sensors hooked into the OMAP4 ISS CSI-2 Rx.
Expected audience ins the open source community, trying to work with a cheap camera solution using their Pandaboards, for supporting more easily imaging projects without involving much SW layers, or overall using a more complex interprocessor solution with ISS drivers in Cortex-M3 cores.
The ATLAS (Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software) project is an ongoing research effort focusing on applying empirical techniques in order to provide portable performance. At present, it provides C and Fortran77 interfaces to a portably efficient BLAS implementation, as well as a few routines from LAPACK.
The goal of this project is to establish a desktop environment for Android. Specifically for a living room setting, connected to a large LCD television.
The platform will be partially open source using the Android OS and the Android Marketplace. The Box will be controlled via a Bluetooth All-Inclusive-Trackpad.
The proprietary trackpad will include the following:
Bluetooth 2.1 Capability
QWERTY stationary monochrome trackpad backlight
(Optional features could include, compass, gyro, and a VGA camera)