Drunk_J wrote:Syzygies wrote:Along these lines, aren't some $30 wireless routers running full-blown, open-source Linux? Hmm, memory, power, all the wireless hardware is already there, just a question of patching in some more IO.
I have a WRT54G (old Linksys Router) that runs DDWRT which is an open source firmware based on the Linux kernel. But there is not much processing power to act as a controller and very little memory (as the firmware pretty much fills it up). Don't see how it is possible to add IO in a usable form for our purpose?
jdbower wrote:Just a slight tangent, looks like it may soon be trivial to interface an Arduino-based device with an Android device:
http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2011/0 ... od-tm.html
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