Hi! This is my personal page which contains some materials of my projects. I like playing with little devices running open source software, especially Linux. All of these stuff can be used by paying attention to the corresponding licence (in most cases to the GNU General Public License v3 (GNU GPL v3)).
Please feel free to use these code in your project and give me some feedback via ghoelzl(at)gmail.com.
This year the MINDdroid booth at our "open doors day" was even bigger. You can see some pictures at https://plus.google.com/photos/114227410396127806651/albums/5834907792607896641?authkey=COmjj7HujOenXw.AndroidTag. My collegues were very helpful and together we arranged a nice event with lots of interested people. You can see some pictures of the event at https://plus.google.com/photos/114227410396127806651/albums/5813738467696500593. A great video done by one of our excellent students can be found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lNY_tluuqfY.
IGIP International Conference on Engineering Pedagogy we presented how to introduce IPv6 in a school network. The presentation and the paper can be found at the IPv6 section.World IPv6 Launch there is an update of the IPv6EtherShield library. It works well with the Arduino Uno board and the Arduino 1.0.1 software.
Together with LEGO we (Harv Stanic and I) just released MINDdroid 1.3. It now comes with the Universal Uploader that enables you to upload *.rcd, *.rso, *.ric, *.rxe files while running the standard firmware directly from your phone to your NXT robot and run them instantly. Play well!
Together with my collegue Peter Lippitsch I presented how to configure proprietary hardware with free software at the AINAC2012 at the TGM/Vienna. You will find the presentation slides (in German) at https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=ajdvdvjvw6tz_1810hqb27rgv. A tutorial for easy remastering of a current Ubuntu image can be watched at http://youtu.be/YW676T1hpEA.