We aim to extend our phoneoximeter hardware and software developments to the XO platform, the mobile computer developed for the One Laptop per Child non-profit organisation.
Thursday, 20. January 2011
We have received two XO 1.0 laptops for prototyping and have started the design of components for the pulse oximeter for the OLPC project. The UBC Electrical and Computer Engineering students Rob O'Dwyer (software) and Massi Nartey (hardware) will develop the first design concepts and select the best suited solutions for prototyping in the upcoming weeks.
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