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Technology for EECS 149

Below is a partial and evolving list of technologies available for projects.

  1. iClebo Kobuki robot, a robot designed to replace the iRobot Create with better hardware and support.
  2. Kobuki C++ Library Documentation
  3. LabVIEW, student edition, available for $20 (search for 'LabVIEW').
  4. iRobot Create User Manual Robotic platform that is the basis for the Roomba vacuum cleaner.
  5. iRobot Create Open Interface (OI) serial communication protocol for controlling the iRobot Create.
  6. Luminary Micro User Guide microcontroller user guide.
  7. Luminary Micro Datasheet microcontroller datasheet.
  8. Luminary Micro Driver Library Guide microcontroller C API documentation.
  9. Keil ÁVision QuickStart Guide IDE documentation.
  10. ADXL-322 Datasheet accelerometer datasheet.
  11. Keil ULINK2 User Guide JTAG emulator guide.
  12. ARM Cortex-M3 Processor processor in the Luminary Micro LM3S8962 microcontroller.
  13. Using a Stellaris Microcontroller as an IO Processor Luminary driver library guide.
  14. Using the Stellaris Microcontroller Analog-to-Digital Converter Luminary driver library guide.
  15. Getting Started with the LabVIEW Embedded Module for ARM Microcontrollers quickstart guide for LabVIEW Embedded.
  16. Introduction to ARM Microcontrollers online video with introduction to microcontrollers and LabVIEW Embedded.
  17. TinyOS, an open-source operating system designed for wireless embedded sensor networks.
  18. Ptolemy II, an extensible software environment supporting multiple models of computation and code generation for embedded systems.
  19. Java with real-time capabilities.
  20. Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE).
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