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Robotic JavaScript

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Slides of the talk I gave together with Joern Zaefferer at JsConf 2010. The slides are rather cryptic since most of the action happened live. Check http://jsconf.eu for the video once its there.

Slides of the talk I gave together with Joern Zaefferer at JsConf 2010. The slides are rather cryptic since most of the action happened live. Check http://jsconf.eu for the video once its there.

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  • Hello there.
    I'm trying to develop a senior project in my class to where I can develop a cross platform remote controller for either a robot or any other movable object using JavaScript since js is a cross-platform language through HTML5 for a receiver I wanna use one of my old routers for the WiFi connection to control the object/robot. I'm mostly a C# head but I wanna learn js for its cross-platform capabilities. i have 4to5 months to finish this project and I'm ass spanking new to js. is this impossible what I'm trying to do and if it's not where are the best resources (aka video tuts books etc.) to lean and develop this skill. my idea is that i wanna build the GUI to be compatible with any device (I phone, Android, Win 8, Win RT, any tablet and desktop) and be able to control my object with any device via internet and wifi (that's why I'm thinking js). Please give me some incite on my problem!!!
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  • 1. Robotic JavaScript
    • Jörn Zaefferer / Nikolai Onken
  • 2. Mission
  • 3. JavaScript to conquer the world
  • 4. First there was
  • 5.  
  • 6. Then came
  • 7. The Great Nothing
  • 8. Now we have
  • 9. Nothing ;) Robots
  • 10. Uhmmm
  • 11. Switches
  • 12. Hackortime
  • 13. Driving powerchords
  • 14. Powerchord stack
    • UI (HTML5 uh yea)
    • Node proxy
    • Socket running webserver
    http://github.com/jzaefferer/node-experiments/ http://github.com/jzaefferer/node-experiments/ blob/master/netcontrol.js
  • 15. Wiimote super action
  • 16. Wiimote Demo Stack
    • C-Library to connect to Wiimote via Bluetooth
    • Java-Library to access C-Library in Java
    • Rhino to run JavaScript on the JVM
    • Mock jQuery API, mapping to Wiimote
    • Demo script handling motion event, setting leds
  • 17. ArduinoJS
  • 18. ArduinoJS Stack
    • Arduino (C)
    • Node-Serial
    • Node
    • Websockets
  • 19. No slides without piecharts
  • 20. JsConf 2009 DC
  • 21. JsConf 2009 Berlin
  • 22. JsConf 2010 DC
  • 23. JsConf 2010 Berlin
  • 24. JsConf 2011 DC
  • 25. Get hacking - we have:
    • A whole bunch of Arduino boards
    • A bunch of LEDs
    • Soldering iron
  • 26. Thank you JsConf
    • @bassistance
    • @nonken