Dave Crossland | 5 Feb 01:32 2009

tikitag RFID

Hi guys,

Ricardo and I have ordered these! :-)

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From: Michael Sparks <sparks.m@...>
Date: 2009/1/31
Subject: [kamaelia-list] Fwd: [GeekUp] tikitag RFID
To: kamaelia@...

I don't normally spam the group with things, but I suspect a lurker or two may
find this curious. Basically due to a cockup, these RFID tags and readers are
going cheap, and I ordered a set yesterday and it arrived today - which I
find a little impressive :)

Now to figure out how to componentise to enable me to either control
Joe's "Jam" or Dave's mindstorms component :)

Michael.
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Subject: [GeekUp] tikitag RFID
Date: Thursday 29 Jan 2009
From: John Baxendale <John@...>
To: geekup@...

Anonymised(ish) and cross-posted from another list, think this will be
of interest to some GeekUp'ers.

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est | 5 Feb 01:49 2009
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Re: tikitag RFID

Nice!


btw Here's Augmented reality flash that could do part of RFID's job

On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 8:32 AM, Dave Crossland <dave-yX7OcqChgmE@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hi guys,

Ricardo and I have ordered these! :-)

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From: Michael Sparks <sparks.m <at> gmail.com>
Date: 2009/1/31
Subject: [kamaelia-list] Fwd: [GeekUp] tikitag RFID
To: kamaelia-/JYPxA39Uh5TLH3MbocFFw@public.gmane.org



I don't normally spam the group with things, but I suspect a lurker or two may
find this curious. Basically due to a cockup, these RFID tags and readers are
going cheap, and I ordered a set yesterday and it arrived today - which I
find a little impressive :)

Now to figure out how to componentise to enable me to either control
Joe's "Jam" or Dave's mindstorms component :)


Michael.
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Subject: [GeekUp] tikitag RFID
Date: Thursday 29 Jan 2009
From: John Baxendale <John-V/1utO4YKdjQT0dZR+AlfA@public.gmane.org>
To: geekup-/JYPxA39Uh5TLH3MbocFFw@public.gmane.org


Anonymised(ish) and cross-posted from another list, think this will be
of interest to some GeekUp'ers.


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Hello all,

Alcatel-lucent have an RFID venture called 'Tikitag' (aka the 'internet of
things').
Wank marketing aside, the reader is a quite nice USB based PCSC ACR122(sam)
from ACS, and the included tags are 'Mifare UltraLights'.

Now, Alcatel-Lucent have made a big balls-up and they are not allowed to use
the 'Tikitag' name, so they have a 2 week grace period to sell off their
stockpiled RFID stuff with the 'tikitag' brand.

They have released a 75% discount coupon code "TLOYCODE" that can be used at<
http://www.tikitag.com/e-store> you can get a USB RFID reader and 10 tags
delivered for about a tenner.

I've been playing with this device quite a bit for the last few months, and
you can read a bit about it at my blog - <
http://hackerati.com/post/57314994/rfid-on-the-cheap-hacking-tikitag>



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Dave Crossland | 5 Feb 14:32 2009

PyMT multitouch

http://code.google.com/p/pymt/ seems similar to libavg :)
Dave Crossland | 6 Feb 18:51 2009

Processing-based font synthesis tool

http://typophile.com/node/54451 :-)

Dave Crossland | 7 Feb 04:55 2009

FLOSSmanuals

Hi,

The FLOSSmanuals project is really cooking these days - I met the
dudes pushing it at the Open Translation conference in Zagreb a while
back - and Digital Foundations -
http://en.flossmanuals.net/bin/view/DigitalFoundations - is a design
textbook originally written for propritary software that is being
'ported' to free design software! :-) Top posts in
http://en.flossmanuals.net/about explain.

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Dave Crossland | 7 Feb 21:11 2009

Pixel fonts

DUDES!

If you haven't seen www.love2d.org before, you should check it out,
its a really nicely put together project!

The way they have handled pixel fonts is really nice, and worth
looking into I think :-)

http://love2d.org/wiki/index.php?title=Fonts_and_Text_%28tutorial%29#Creating_a_font_object_using_an_image

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Paulo Silva | 7 Feb 22:52 2009
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shoebot identi.ca group created

http://identi.ca/group/shoebot
Dave Crossland | 8 Feb 04:12 2009

Another typophile thread abot lettersoup

http://typophile.com/node/54509 :-)
Paulo Silva | 9 Feb 13:48 2009
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Re: Another typophile thread abot lettersoup

Dimitre Lima ( http://www.flickr.com/people/dimitre/ ) is an old
contact i have from flickr! =)

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Dave Crossland | 10 Feb 19:31 2009

Screencast tool

http://www.salasaga.org

Nice!

Gmane