Category Archives: devices

The Craig Chapman IoT Episode

Talking with Craig Chapman about Internet of Things, high altitude balloons, Linux server configuration, enumerating data sets and 4K displays. Links from today’s episode . . . The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England Explained Tiobe Index … Continue reading

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Google’s Project Brillo, Weave, and Delphi

If you followed Google I/O then you no doubt heard about Google’s announcements in the Internet of Things space: Project Brillo and Weave. Brillo is Google’s new operating system for Internet of Things devices, and Weave is the language for … Continue reading

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Developing on the Samsung Gear Live Smart Watch

Previously I created a blog post about using Delphi and RAD Studio XE7 to develop for the Moto 360. The new FireUI Multi Device Designer (MDD) makes is a breeze to design for the new smaller UI. I’ve since updated … Continue reading

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The FireUI: Multi-Device Designer in RAD Studio XE7

Here is the video replay, slides and resources from my Developer Skill Sprint on the new Multi-Device Designer in RAD Studio XE7. This is one part of the new FireUI, the evolution of FireMonkey. The Multi-Device Designer is a new feature in … Continue reading

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Delphi Sensors on Windows 8 Tablet

New in XE6 is support for VCL Sensors. What better way to show these off then on the 8″ Dell Venue 8 Pro Windows 8.1 Tablet. The VCLSensors sample ships with RAD Studio XE6. I simply deployed it to the … Continue reading

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Connecting Delphi to my Brain with the Emotiv EPOC

The Emotiv EPOC might seem more Sci-Fi than practical technology. It is designed to pick up on brain waves through its 14 brain wave sensors (plus 2 reference receivers) and convert them into a usable signal for your computer. For … Continue reading

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Connecting to the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 from Delphi XE5

My first thought when I see cool technology is to figure out how to connect to it with Delphi. So the day I got the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 quadricopter I started working on Delphi interface. By the time evening rolled … Continue reading

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