Control Your Car Over the Internet
If you've seen my project page, you know I can control my car across the internet. I never released any of the programming that went into that project because it was a horrible, inefficient, combination of Python daemons, php pages on an apache server, and mysql in between. It was one big hack and ate up almost 60% CPU on my sheeva plug, with total ram usage over 100 mb. I needed a more efficient implementation for the next revision of my car computer so I decided to do it right and also release it to the community.
I bring you: Micro Control Center Alpha 1.
Head on over to:
to check out what I've put together so far.
It works on Linux, Windows, and theoretically Mac OS X and exposes an HTTP interface which allows you to control the Fusion Brain v4. This not only allows you to control the brain across the internet, but also gives programmers and extremely easy way to control the fusion brain locally from any programming language. I'll work on making a Mac Os X app package soon.
Give me all the suggestions you can throw at me and I'll decide whether they're feasible for me to implement.