Shocked to read controlling your TV using your mind?
OK, now we are little advanced now and can tap the brain waves. Well, what you need is: 1. Star Wars Force Trainer (to capture brain waves / EEG) 2. Arduino (to process EEG) with IR sensor and 3. A computer where you can write a program to map EEG signals (brain waves) to IR codes (for various TV channel numbers)
I had a chance to play lead role in a short film which is now available on YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMECRJrcOcQ
This short film was shot in my apartment by Mr. Kennedi.
I have stayed away from front end / html related technologies since many years. But to my surprise, now it is so easy to develop cool and highly interactive web sites using new HTML5 and AJAX.
Yes, it could be possible to make free calls, national or international, using two advanced smart Adnroid phones.
Will update this blog little later with details when I finish my experiment...
While migrating this portal from godaddy.com to Amazon EC2, I noticed that clean URLs stopped working. In the EC2 apache log, I saw errors like "path /var/www/content not found...."
Besides tyring a2enmod rewrite and other techniques like modifying .htaccess, site still was showing error when clicked on any link on it. Finally, I made a small below change to /etc/apache2/sites-available/default file and it instantly solved the problem.
LFY - Linux for You, has been working hard to get their content available online. Few months back, I had published couple of articles and now I can see those made online. WOW!
Here is the page created for me/Author - http://www.linuxforu.com/author/rajesh-gheware/
Now here is how you can be connected to live TV all the time. Also means keeping TV in your pocket :)
Download Stream Media Player (PSA - Professional Software Associates Inc) from http://market.android.com/ It is free!
When launched, click on Internet Video. Now click on Menu button and choose New. Keep Title you want and in the Internet Address field type below:
rtsp://ss1c6.idc.mundu.tv:554/prf0/cid_2.sdp For Times Now
rtsp://ss1c6.idc.mundu.tv:554/prf0/cid_29.sdp For NDTV 24*7
This is very simple to achieve.
Add your Google Account to your Google TV after setup by navigating to Settings then Accounts & sync. When done, sign in on this site - https://market.android.com
Thats all... now you can search for apps you are interested in on this site and filter the results for the devices you have. Your devices would appear when you click on 'All Devices' combo box.