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OPAG Monthly Meeting

  • Mar 28, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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Speaker:Roufa Therrien

Topic:Python with an Arduino Lilypad

Details:

Roufa Therrien will present the conceptual design of a Bike Turning Signal prototype which would help local cyclists gain new recognition and respect from car drivers. He is interested in electronic wearables project using the Arduino open source hardware platform. A recent car door accident has prompted him to investigate how to use this technology to develop a bike app which would eventually be programmed in Python.

 

Speaker:Michael Soulier

Topic:Python to map your flight in X-Plane with Google Maps

Details:

As a fan of flight simulators, I had to check out X-Plane. The flight experience is very good, but the built-in mapping isn't so great. Inspired by MPMap for Flightgear, I found a way to pull location data out of X-Plane, and use the Google Maps API to show my position in a webpage, eventually suitable for multiple users.

 

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  • Andrew C.

    Oh man, I haven't been to OPAG in so long! Will be happy to be back. :)

    March 26, 2013

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