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Linux Infrared Remote Control

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  Analyzed about 1 month ago

LIRC is a package that supports receiving and sending IR signals of the most common IR remote controls. It contains a daemon that decodes and sends IR signals, a mouse daemon that translates IR signals to mouse movements, and a couple of user programs that allow to control your computer with a remote control.

190K lines of code

3 current contributors

2 months since last commit

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Ircp Tray

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  Analyzed 4 days ago

Ircp Tray is a wireless file transfer program for Linux. It stays inside your system tray, listening for incoming OBEX file transfer request, as well as sending file out to remote devices via IRDA.

2.68K lines of code

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over 9 years since last commit

4 users on Open Hub

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OpenRemote

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  Analyzed 5 days ago

Software for the Internet-enabled Home at http://www.openremote.org. An Open Community in the Home Automation and Domotics space. We believe an Open Source approach can revolutionize the way people create, install, and maintain software in the industry.

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GNOME LIRC Properties

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  Analyzed 6 days ago

A control panel for conventient configuration of LIRC powered remote controls.

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rscviht

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Remote system control via infrared head trackingSynopsisBy placing points of infrared light on either side of the users head and viewing it through an infrared camera it is possible to find the relative position of the users head. The Wii Remote is an inexpensive piece of hardware which contains ... [More] , among other things, an infrared camera and an image processor which transforms sources of infrared light to point data on board the controller. The Wii Remote communicates with its home console using the Bluetooth HID protocol which means that by simply pairing a remote with the computer we can receive this infrared point data directly and process it further in MATLAB for the purpose of controlling remote hardware such as a camera mounted to a stepper motor. ImplementationMany infrared goggles contain white LED's on either side of the wearers head. By simply replacing these with infrared LED's we can track the relative motion of the users head along the Tait-Bryan rotations (pitch, roll, and yaw). To receive point data from the Wii Remote a DLL has been written in C++ to act as a bridge between MATLAB and Brian Peek's WiimoteLib (http://www.brianpeek.com/blog/pages/wiimotelib.aspx). Project MembersKapur, Parul Clayton, McKenzie Whited, Sam Equipment3x Wiimote IR LED equipped Glasses Scribbler Robot with Bluetooth Webcam Stepper Motor .gadget-title { margin-bottom: 2px; } function resizeIframeHandler(height) { var elem = document.getElementById(this.f); height = Math.max(100, height); if (elem) { elem.style.height = height + 'px'; } } gadgets.rpc.register("resize_iframe", resizeIframeHandler); gadgets.rpc.register('set_title', function(title) { var elem = document.getElementById(this.f + '_title'); if (elem) { elem.innerHTML = gadgets.util.escape(title); } }); [Less]

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WiiPC

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Mit WiiPC ist es möglich den Computer über die Wiimote zu bedienen. Die Tasten lassen sich mit verschiedenen Ereignissen belegen. Die Position der Wiimote wird über eine Infrarot-Leiste berechnet. Benötigt wird das .net Framework 3.5 SP1

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