community Digest, Vol 20, Issue 9

Peter Trapp openmoko at
Thu Mar 29 20:46:31 CEST 2007

Actually not really, but we've a students project "programming games for 
mobile devices (java)" running, may I can "exploit" this ;)
Another good point could be voice control and/or an user friendly UI for 
visually impaired persons. I've already talked to a professor who did a 
couple of students projects with embedded devices...


Joseph Ryan Victoria schrieb:
> Hi Homyx, Wolfgang!
> Do you have any project in mind with regards to using Neo?  I'm also taking my MS degree here in the Philippines and I'm focusing on mobile computing/telecoms too.  Maybe you can share your thoughts.
> Thanks!
> - Ryan
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> To: Wolfgang Silbermayr
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> Subject: Re: Master Studies in "Embedded systems" starts in
> Pforzheim/Germany
> Wolfgang Silbermayr schrieb:
>> I am just finishing the Bacchelor grade in HSSE (Hardware/Software
>> Systems Engineering) in Hagenberg in Austria. Here at the university we
>> have the master following to HSSE called Embedded Systems Design. In
>> addition we also have a branch of study called Mobile Computing. I think
>> it would be great if we could make OpenMoko popular there... I just
>> don't know how to do this other than ordering my Neo and showing it to
>> other people and hoping that the word of mouth will spread the
>> information. This is just what I will do.
>> Greetings, Wolfgang.
> If you're still at the university you should ask a professor for setting 
> up a "students project". I'm applied at the University of Applied 
> Science in Ingolstadt (Germany) and I'm trying to allure a professor.  
> The  budget of a professor for  his/her labor should be enough to buy 
> 2-3 Neos for debugging reasons :)
> /homyx

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