A product is more that the product, is important to have a culture around the product, in this page some ideas (as comments) about the culture around MuuTTaWand. Advertisements
https://www.bluetooth.org/tpg/QLI_viewQDL.cfm?qid=18080 https://www.bluetooth.org/tpg/showCorePICS.cfm?3A000A5A005C504C51565414403B0C0D0E2405022413010E57503F202A5A715D564752 Where to buy it (searching for)? http://www.sziton.com/product/bluetooth3-keyboard.html http://sell.lulusoso.com/selling-leads/576111/CSR-bluetooth-chips-for-keyboard-WKBT0218CR.html http://www.products-suppliers.com/product-info/50603/HID-bluetooth-module-WKBT0218CR.html Keyboards using the module: http://www.taiwantrade.com.tw/86829773/products-detail/en_US/675219 Le chip http://natertech.cn.china.cn/supply/1951470003.html http://sziton.c2c.txooo.com/ProInfo/182139.htm size: 2.9 x 1.5 x 0.18cm
Is time to work with arduino, lpcXpresso not works for me! I’m using the arduino uno board. The usb codes of the keys, by BSD guys and this for android … Continue reading
My first test is using a nxp ARM processor and LPC Xpresso IDE, because Jonathan have this platform in sensorica and i can use it. The shematics of the board … Continue reading
Working in the wand Photos by Daniel (photos computer with stiker car) and Jonathan (The others) Working in the arduino shield Photos by Daniel Arduino shield and wand together!
I do this using Fritzing. Live open, live free 🙂
Decide what are the best option, for now: 1- For the prototype use push buttons Suggestions of Jonathan (Sensorica friend) capacitive touch http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slaa363a/slaa363a.pdf http://www.atmel.com/Images/doc10752.pdf My notes: Not good for the … Continue reading