A simple python interface to communicate with CDP applications to retrieve application structure and object values.
A simple Java interface to communicate with CDP applications to retrieve application structure and object values.
Small OpenCV example that captures image from webcam and filters or tracks a specific color
Qt Node Editor. Dataflow programming framework
Promises/A+ implementation for Qt/C++
Simple OpenCV example that displays image from webcam in a GUI widget. The example can be visually edited in CDP Studio design mode and used along with other graphical elements in CDP.
This project is a small Raspberry Pi driven robot car with 3 infrared sensors and programmed to follow a wall and avoid collisions. This was CDP Technologies demo during the Robotex 2017, the biggest robot festival in Europe.
I2C IOServer implements i2c protocol support in CDP for Linux
Reads temperatures from two DS18B20 sensors on one 1-Wire bus and presents the values on a GUI.
Communicates with the linux 1-Wire device driver in order to read sensor data. Can be extended to write data.
A simple snake browser game that can be controlled via MQTT. A cdp application runs the webserver and the MQTT Broker.
This is a small do-it-yourself greenhouse monitor and control system.
This is a small project that shows how to setup the GPIO to control 3 LED lights and make different blinking patters depending on a state machine, all controlled by a simple GUI.
Control an arduino board via a web UI hosted on a Raspberry pi. Uses the I2CIOServer to communicate between the Raspberry pi and the Arduino.
Project to create a simple cooler
Project to create a simple garden watering system
Project to create a simple moving robot platfrom
The GPIOPinIO implements syncfs based IOServer for CDP Studio to be used on embedded linux targets to access GPIO and other peripherals to support Raspberry Pi and others
Project to create a home weather station with Raspberry Pi 3s
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