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hi Andrew,first up many thanks for such super work, looks amazing, when i get my core/hybrid up and running (http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=10414.0) i will look into it.looks stunning!but the url u posted misses a "L" at the end, therefore it doesn't point to the right site.All the bestRaymond
Hi Andrew,when i read ur approach of Touch Orbiter it made me think about another project i read about on the net:www.OpenRemote.orgthey also have a controler/client setup, however they have a very easy way of designing ur own remote.maybe this is a feature wich could be implemented in your Touch Orbiter.just wanted to share the ideabrRaymond
Slightly OT, but I assume that you'd power this with an in-wall mounted transformer, similar to what is used in a low-voltage lighting or HVAC.Are there any reasonably priced touch screens running embedded linux?
Anyone come across a device that can use PoE? I have a big PoE switch at home, so this would be the neatest solution for me
Could this kind of thing be ported to S60 5th edition, for those of us with touchscreen phones ie Nokia 5800 (Xpress Music)?I also saw this old thread http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=8095.15 and wondered if Hari's S60 orbiter software had been recompiled for v5? If so, how do I go about getting it? If not, is this something that an enthusiastic amateur might be able to do?