[News][Staff] SonyIR and Infrared - remote control libraries

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Hm, if the TV doesn't have a remote, how are you going to "train" the software? :)
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D'oh! - How silly of me :S.

Ahh well, i have plenty of other stuff to play around with :).
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What brand/model is the TV? It might use a standardised protocol.
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gorgeous work as usual.
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Mmmmmm. Must...get...JVC codes. That would make things interesting around school. I just hope this prog doesn't lead to calcs getting lost in the sofa cushions. :)
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Post by Andy_J »

Cool. Any possiblity of perhaps IrDA support? :) If the protocol is doable, it shouldn't be all that hard to be able to receive files via OBEX exchanges ... and if the file is a .8x? (? != {k, u}), decode it and store it away.... That'd be _really_ slick. Possibly even send files back to a computer, generating the variable file on-the-fly.
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now THAT is a good idea.
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I don't think it would work. I haven't looked into the protocol in detail, but the bits and pieces I have heard make it sounds rather too complex to be done in software on a slow machine.
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Post by elfprince13 »

this makes me think of a VERY old project of mine, before I knew much about circuitry.......any chance of support for the Lego protocol?
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