thanks for your answer, the nail board looks very promising to me, i
think when only using it, some bluetooth stuff and a nifty oled display
it should fit ... at least for a prototype ... and it should be wearable
thanks a lot for the links, and stay tuned, if the project starts, i
will drop you a note ... and ... maybe you will join us when we have
more than an idea ...
greetings to wherever you are
On Wed, 2008-05-14 at 10:42 -0700, Ned Ludd wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-05-14 at 18:45 +0200, Marcus Priesch wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > how can i be sure to not get any answer to my mail ... i'm pretty sure
> > you guys fiddle around with lots of nifty stuff ...
> > it wasnt a html mail by mastake i sent, or was it
> > ps: i write plain text mails for nearly 17 years now ... and i always
> > got it pointed out ... no need for at least one single html mail ... its
> > simply another ignorant non-standard idea from the "others" ... :O)
> > greets and thanks alot for listening ... and maybe someone can give me
> > some hints ...
> > marcus.
> > On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 14:08 +0200, Marcus Priesch wrote:
> > > Hi guys (and dolls
> > >
> > > i'm in the need of a real small embedded linux device with the
> > > possibility to attach a small color display - i'm thinking of a nice
> > > oled display.
> > >
> > > it has to be even smaller than the gumstix, as it should be wrist
> > > wearable
> > >
> > > do you know of anything that could fit here ?
> Ok no inline-html. Good boy..
> Well as for fitting on your wrist might be a problem as you would look
> like a super-dork.. But I'm becoming rather fond recently of the
> Hammer/Nail board. With the nail you can put a small tft on it. And the
> vendor is extremely helpful.
> http://elinux.org/Nail_Board (towards the bottom of the page you can see
> one with a tft)
> The OLED which they said is even eaiser than dealing with a tft
> As for getting smaller. The only other choice is the picotux.. But
> that's useless.
> And if you want to know why you are going to look like a super dork..
> Just look at the size of the wrist usage cases that exist out there..
> If the hammer/nail fits your needs come talk to me. I'm trying to get
> some small projects going around that device.
> Good luck..
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