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Now that we've seen a little of what eBrainPool can do, I thought I'd doodle a bit and do my best to explain how the current developer's release works under the hood :)

The above schematic shows how the different technologies used come together.

  • Olsr Routing - as mentioned earlier for mesh net...

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Its been a hectic few months. We have been trying to get all this up and running, getting better documentation down, and putting things together to get the development of the next release sorted out. With this new site, coming on, this might be a good time to explain what we have been working toward...

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This is Inkscape running on the early build of Moblin (which does not have the Inkscape program). We can access the Inkscape application running on a 64bit Debian install, and use it properly on the Moblin (now Meego) (32 bit) system.

As can be seen from the Openoffice video posted earlier, the...

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This proved to be an interesting test, running an opengl game. We were not fully sure how this would behave, owing the way ebrain works. It does not simply stream the display between the machines. What did suprise us to be a bit honest, is the perfomance we started to see in applications w...

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I am sitting in a small town called Lonavla, India, up in the Sahayadri hills, with my N900 and reading people's reaction on the recent decision of Nokia to go with the Windows platform for their smartphones.

I am no pundit to predict the future, nor do I want to go into how good or bad this is....

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What is it that we are trying to accomplish with eBrainPool?

...this is a question that has plagued us right from the inception.

Yes, it allows people to use software off each other. Yes, you can use software regardless of the hardware architecture it was orignally compiled for. Yes, it gives yo...

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This shows openoffice being used on a machine which is not installed on. It is being run of a machine in the eBrainPool meshed network. The display is rendered on this machine, allowing this user to use this software.

Of course the machine on which it is originally installed on, has the...

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Eureka Moment

08, Feb Erle Pereira

The eureka effect (Greek: heur─ôka, "I have found") is any sudden unexpected discovery, or the sudden realization of the solution to a problem, resulting in a eureka moment (the moment of unexpected discovery), [1][2] also dubbed as "breakthrough thinking". [3] The eureka effect is also known as th...

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Welcome note :)

05, Feb Jeetu Golani

Now that we have revamped the site with a blog and put in a video showing the alpha-eBrainPool-baby take it's first steps, I thought I'd write in a small welcome note :)

Welcome !!!...

All of these changes primarily stem from our realization that we needed a better way to explain eBrainPool an...

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The first video

05, Feb Erle Pereira

Yes we know, its a bad video. Taken out with the only camera we had available, our mobile phones. We took this out in Nov 2010 when I had returned to India for a bit. Jeetu and Myself were working on the code and decided to take a few videos. We really wish we had better camera, sorry peop...

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