Bluetooth* LE (BLE) communication use is exploding both in commercial products and hobby applications, mainly due to its low-cost and low-power requirements. This makes it an excellent choice when you want to communicate from your Android* phone or tablet to your Intel® Edison or Intel® Galileo projects.
More advanced topics on Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessor, covering: communication and execution, vectorization, debugging, porting performance tuning, and memory models and usages.
This tutorial explains how to use Intel® INDE Media for Mobile to add video capturing capability to Cocos2d-x applications on Android.
Head over to the INDE Media for Mobile GitHub page to get access to the source code. Github lets you see our commit history, submit bug issues and even create your own fork.
Intel(R) System Studio Developer Story: How to configure, build, debug and optimize key parts of your mobile software stack for Android*
1. Set-up and configure a development environment.
(1) The target HW environment
In this article, a Minnow board MAX is used for a HW platform. The MinnowBoard is an Intel® Atom™ processor based board which introduces Intel® Architecture to the small and low cost embedded market for the developer and maker community. It has exceptional performance, flexibility, openness and standards.
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This article is a tutorial for setting up OpenCV 3.0.0-beta on Yocto with Intel® Edison. We will build OpenCV 3.0.0-beta on Edison Breakout/Expansion Board using a Linux host machine and it takes up a lot of space on Edison, therefore, it is required to have at least 2GB micro SD Card as an extended storage for your Edison Breakout/Expansion Board.
In this video I show some interesting debugger commands for UEFI debugging.
Commands used are:
- efi showsuffix
- efi setsuffix
- efi loadthis
- opening the source file viewer
- and an example setup script file