"Can OpenMoko Make Coffee?" - SoC Project Proposal
anilnf at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 20:28:30 CET 2007
I thought this service is already available in moko 'bluetooth
services' ...Otherwise it has to be there...
We have implemented the same idea for Nokia s60 (Symbian OS) phones using
*There u could control the media playing on pc..from a distance..
*You can browse net from a python interface...
*You can even control the pc through commands through your mobile..
*You can use ur mobile like a remote ...
I think it could be easily done in moko too...
> On 3/20/07, Jonathon Suggs <jsuggs at murmp.com> wrote:
> > Ben Burdette wrote:
> > >
> > >>
> > >> I think that the Neo1973 is both a phone and a portable handheld
> > >> device. Using it as a remote control is one of the things I've
> > >> personally been interested in this whole thing for. I'd like to think
> > >> of the OpenMoko device as an extension of myself into the world of
> > >> electronic devices. My own interface with the world ... until such
> > >> time as we can get wetware to do brain-computer interfaces, ;).
> > >> --
> > >
> > > Me too. I want to use the moko to control a media center PC that is
> > > connected to my stereo, for queuing up audio files and etc. My PC
> > > uses a video projector for the monitor and turning on the projector is
> > > too much trouble just for queuing up audio. Leaving the projector on
> > > uses up the bulb life too. I wonder if one of the linux based media
> > > center apps like mythTV would work for this? A custom remote control
> > > app for the moko would be best, but a web browser interface would be
> > > fine too.
> > MythTV can be adapted to just about anything that you can think of.
> > I'll be the first to say that it is more difficult to get setup
> > initially (compared to a Windows Media Center), but once you've got it
> > up and running then you've just begun to scratch the surface of what all
> > it can do.
> > MythTV does have a web-interface. Depending on what all you are wanting
> > to do, it is possible that what you are wanting is already available,
> > and the Neo's built-in browser could probably handle all of the
> > controls. If not, then both are open-sourced and you could throw
> > something together to fit your needs.
> > Hope that helps,
> > Jonathon
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