18/04/07 07:27 Filed in: Client
Would like to build a dashboard widget for Mac OS X to display wind data. My primary development environment besides Linux is Mac OS X. I haven't ever written a dashboard widget before so would like to learn how to do that and share the experience here.
13/04/07 13:14 Filed in: Firmware
One of the things that would be nice to add to the firmware is the ability to dynamically calibrate the wind vane voltage level data. There's a lookup table in the firmware that's based on a single instance of the sensors and it's oriented "just-so" on my house. In order to use the firmware, each instance would need to calibrate it for their orientation and tweak any voltage readings to match the directions. It would be nice to perform this process through the serial port of the AVR MT 128, then store the results in the EEPROM of the device so you would not need to reprogram the device in order to adjust calibration settings.
13/04/07 13:13 Filed in: Middleware
It would be great to build an OpenLaszlo application framework to manipulate historical data produced by the OSCirrus platform.
13/04/07 13:11 Filed in: Sensors
One of the next steps in taking this to a more full-orbed weather station is to add temperature and humidity sensing to this package.
13/04/07 13:11 Filed in: Client
The initial code includes a Flash rich internet client example for pulling feed data. Would be nice to add many more types of clients to the example list. I'm thinking of pure XHTML clients, Swing clients, Mac OS X dashboard widgets, PHP generated HTML, RSS feeds, etc.