Posts Tagged XBeeClient

Utilizzare Mayhem con .NET Gadgeteer (Italiano)

By Mike Dodaro, translated by Marco Minerva from the original English version Mayhem è un’applicazione open source che supporta trigger, eventi e azioni. Il cuore del sistema Mayhem è in esecuzione su un PC, ma gli eventi e le azioni che utilizza possono essere usati praticamente con ogni piattaforma e device. Gli sviluppatori di Mayhem dicono che anche chi non è […]

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Making Mayhem with .NET Gadgeteer

Mayhem is an open source application that supports triggers, events, and reactions.  The core Mayhem application runs on a PC, but the events and reactions it uses are interoperable with just about any platform or device.  The guys making Mayhem say that non-programmers can use it to automate anything!  This seems an invitation to try Mayhem with .NET Gadgeteer. Here’s a screen shot […]

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XBee Control of .NET Gadgeteer Robot

The code in this brief example is part of an investigation into bandwidth and latency of XBee radios used for remote control.  I’d be interested in any other experiments with XBees.  If you have something, we can discuss a guest post.  There are several versions of this robot now.  The original by Eduardo Velloso uses light sensors and can be controlled […]

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Using XBee Radios with .NET Gadgeteer and the XBeeClient Libraries

Using the .NET Gadgeteer platform with XBee radios got a lot easier with the alpha release of XBeeClient libraries written by Paul Mineau.  XBee radios use low-bandwidth serial protocol that is useful in many applications.  This example implements an XBee network using three XBee radios that support a surveillance device.  The .NET Gadgeteer modules include a Gyro module and Relay module from Seeed Studio, and a Camera […]

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