Today we’ll talk about an amazing toolkit Openframeworks.
I installed it (stable 0.9.8 version) on Ubuntu 16.04 without any problems (see instruction, but don’t forget to run the install_codecs.sh script).
If you want to connect some motor shields or sensors to Intel Edison you can do it by an extension board. But you’ll probably have to code a special libs for this. Instead of it you can connect an Arduino board to Intel Edisson and connect them though the UART interface.
The Ubilinux doesn’t have the joydev module. I don’t know why. Correspondingly, we can’t start the xboxdrv program. There are two ways to fix this problem. The first one: you have to download the following kernels-headers for Yocto:
I have been waiting fo a long time a mobile device which is able to receive the data from the Kinect v. 2.0 (XBox One). The device must have a USB 3.0 port. Finally I found the board on Kickstarter. Its name is UP Board.
I told you how to install the OS Ubilinux on the Intel Edison board in the last post. I need this system for using the ROS (Robotic Operation System). I also need some functions which doesn’t included to the standard comm version:
communication between Edison and Arduino Mega through serial port (UART)
receiving frames from USB-camera and transmitting them with OpenCV support
This post about the Ubilinux installation on the Intel Edison board. The Ubilinux allows you to install the ROS and use its power. Before following this tutorial I recommend to extend partition size of board with an SD card: read this. 1. The Ubilinux installation.
To prepare for the installation we have to install the dfu-util (USB Device Firmware Upgrade). To do this you have to input to terminal on your desktop machine (in my case it is Ubuntu 14.04):
Hello, today we’ll install the OpenCV library on the Ubuntu 14.04 operation system. We need the installed CUDA 7.5 (we have done it in the previous post). First, we have to update our Ubuntu system. Open your terminal and execute: