Based on my previous writings and experience with OpenELEC and XBMC, I was contacted by Packt publishing with an offer on writing a book on the subject. I have never done an official publication like that before, but liked the idea and used some spare time on the project. Now, a lot of writing, editing […]
If you have ever heard of the Raspberry Pi you have also definitely considered what kind of services you would use it for. The Raspberry Pi does a good job at hosting websites and many other dedicated server tasks. One of such services is the Mumble server, which provides free Voice-over-IP in a package similar […]
Update! (June 2013): My new book “Instant OpenELEC Starter” has just been published! This is a complete step-by-step guide on setting up your very own media center with OpenELEC on a PC or Raspberry Pi, at a very affordable price. Grab it as an e-book from packt.com, or in paperback from here on Amazon.com, here […]
I received my second Raspberry Pi in the mail the other day, and have spend some time on exploring the possible uses for the Raspi as a HTPC. The results are very promising, so I thought I might share what I’ve concluded so far. UPDATE: The new Raspberry Pi with 512MB RAM is now available!
This last semester I’ve spent some of my study time on a new project. The goal was to create an easily reconfigurable demonstration of an AGV doing robust towing of carts between predetermined areas. Whereas the developed solution is created for use with the mobotware platform, the concepts and general documentation could be used in […]
Almost a year ago i started working on the “Guidebot Project”, as i prefer to call it. The project is a result of cooperation between the Danish Technological Institute and the Technical University of Denmark. My task is to create a mobile robot capable of acting and maneuvering intelligently, based on interpretation of the immediate environment, […]