I have prepared a video demonstrating the working of my CarPC prototype. The picture isn’t of the highest quality, but it touches on all major aspects of the project.
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On January 28, I received my new server from Dell. Here are the main features of this machine:
Model – PowerEdge SC420 Processor – Celeron 2.53 GHz Hard Disk – 80GB SATA RAM – 512 MB, DDR2, 400 MHz CDROM – 48X Network – Onboard Gigabit Ethernet
I had been looking for a computer […]
It has been a while since I posted anything on this website. A lot of things have happened since the last entry including a trip to Argentina and the MobileCam you see on the right. The picture was taken with a Sony Ericsson T616 and transferred to this page without any user intervention. […]
I received my Vonage device today. Setup was a breeze and the voice quality seems the same as my land-line (soon to be disconnected). The seamless integration with my existing home network was unexpected. I simply connected the WAN port to my existing hub and powered up […]
What better to do in a leap year and in a leap day than to take apart an iPod. My friend Bernie graciously donated this device for the sake of science and the furthering of human understading of all things Apple. As I learned, the iPod is one heck of a solid device. It wasn’t […]
Took a drive down to the infamous malfunction junction to take pictures of the construction work. This repair will fix the major traffic bottleneck at the junction of I-4 and I-275 in Tampa. The construction will be completed in 2006. Two more years of daily driving frustration for me!
Actual screenshot from working prototype
Tiger Mapping and Routing Server (TMRS) is being written in order to facilitate the creation of open source GPS navigation software. Its goal is to simplify street level routing and map drawing functions essential for developing user-friendly interfaces. The data used in this software is available freely from […]