APEX is a bootloader for embedded systems. It was originally written to support the Sharp LH series of processors but has been ported to a number of additional ARM targets such as the Samsung S3C24xx series.
* Easy to build. It depends only on shell utilities and GCC.
*Easy to configure. There is a single configuration file and it uses the linux-2.6 Kconfig infrastructure.
*Excellent dependency management. Uses Linux kernel Kbuild to optimally manage dependencies.
*Modular. Commands and drivers may be included or excluded by configuration.
Team Graviton is a contestant in the SFE international Autonomous Vehicle Competition 2012. Our vehicle is equipped with a computer vision system in addition to high precision spatial orientation sensors. This sophisticated realtime computer vision system, artificial intelligence and blistering fast vehicle makes Team Graviton unbeatable.
The main objective of this project is to build a cheap auto-focus camera using OpenCV libraries.
- 5 MP Auto-focus camera module.
- Runs on linux with custom user interface.
- Social-oriented (Upload pictures directly to communities like Facebook, Photobucket, Picasa, Flickr, etc.).
- Community based development.
- Media Player.
This project is aimed to develop a 2 channel 50Msps 12bit DAQ system, plus 32 channel digital analyzer. Scope of this project includes both hardware and software development.
Spartan 6 FPGA will be used to perform ADC and logic input control. ARM processor will be used to transmit data to PC through USB2.0 or Ethernet.
The ARM processor will run Embedded Linux (likely Linaro). Control software on PC will be developed to generate VCD formated output. VCD data can be easily opened using waveform viewer like GTKView.
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.