Year Three Issue #30 June 2016
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DROIDs are the wave of the future, and this month’s feature article highlights something that will probably be common in every household soon: a touchscreen table! Built with a large touch-activated monitor on a tilt base, it allows a high degree of interactivity with a media device that combines the intuitive interface of a tablet with the large media format of a flat screen TV. Steven walks us through creating one from scratch with an ODROID-XU4. Adrian also continues his popular security series with a focus on WEP Security, Jussi makes Java installation easier with pre-built scripts, and Marian shares his project for monitoring a napping baby. For the gamer in all of us, Tobias reviews several strategy games available for the ODROID platform, and Jeremy introduces a new website that showcases his software ports. Now that the oCAM has been available for several months, ODROIDians have been using it in some fantastic projects. Brian teaches us how to calibrate the camera properly, and Jerome details an easy weekend project for setting up a low-cost security system. ODROID Magazine, published monthly at http://magazine.odroid.com, is your source for all things ODROIDian. 6O`R9S`\SZ:bR%"/\gO\U91S\bS`5eO\gO\U2]\UO\/\gO\U5gS]\UUWA]cbV9]`SO"!&# 6O`RYS`\SZ[O\cTOQbc`SabVS[email protected]
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OUR AMAZING ODROIDIAN STAFF: Rob Roy, Chief Editor
I’m a computer programmer in San Francisco, CA, designing and building web applications for local clients on my network cluster of ODROIDs. My primary languages are jQuery, Angular JS and HTML5/CSS3. I also develop prebuilt operating systems, custom kernels and optimized applications for the ODROID platform based on Hardkernel’s official releases, for which I have won several Monthly Forum Awards. I use my ODROIDs for a variety of purposes, including media center, web server, application development, workstation, and gaming console. You can check out my 100GB collection of ODROID software, prebuilt kernels and OS images at http://bit.ly/1fsaXQs.
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Bruno thinks that he is in 2011, as he just recently bought a fresh copy of skyrim to play on his old Playstation3. He is really fond of the kind of “still not vintage gaming, but really a bargain”that he is finding at the discount bins at his hometown gaming stores. Of course, his friends are playing with their shiniest and newest games, but our fearless Editor doesn’t mind. After all his true passion lies in tweaking his ODROIDs an