Get in touch with your Things

Any object that can be attached to an Arduino / AVR microcontroller is a potential Things: get interaction in wireless or wired, acts automatically and is even remotely controllable from you smartphone or tablet.

Starts in three steps : get your building blocks, load Souliss and get your Things on the smartphone.


A network of Things in minutes for your Android and Arduino / AVR

Building Blocks

Building Blocks
Easily compose hardware

Souliss on AVRs

Souliss on AVRs
Load Souliss on your Things

Android App

Android App
Get your Things on your Smartphone

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Souliss goes WiFi

Souliss communicate over WiFi with MRF24WB0MA
After a long run in design the Alpha 4 release of Souliss, we are back on the drivers, working on the cheap and spread used Microchip MRF24WB0MA.

Starting from AsynchLabs / Open Electronics porting of ZeroG Wireless G2100 drivers we have now included in the working-on release of vNet the code for pairing the Microchip radio in both standard or AdHoc connections.

In the actual picture we are using a MOD-WIFI from Olimex connected to an ever-green Arduino Duemilanove, then we will move Souliss to the ATmega32U4 microcontroller and the Olimex AVR-T32U4 board before release the code as Souliss A4.1.

Stay tuned,
Dario.

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