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==Integration==
 
==Integration==
* Bluetooth mic, speakers, pointing device and joystick
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* Bluetooth mic, speakers, pointing device and joystick
* Network file server (samba based, so it shows up on your wireless network)
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* Network file server (samba based, so it shows up on your wireless network)
* Web server (LAMP, or perhaps just VNC)
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* Web server (LAMP, or perhaps just VNC)
* A network printer (another way to transfer things, just for the hell of it)
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* A network printer (another way to transfer things, just for the hell of it)
* Remote control for mythtv, xbmc, etc
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* Remote control for mythtv, xbmc, etc
* USB hard drive support (transfer data from phone to phone, camera to phone etc)
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* USB hard drive support (transfer data from phone to phone, camera to phone etc)
 
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Built in - though no userspace software support. --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
 
==Cheapness==
 
==Cheapness==
* Share minutes/texts etc with friends
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* Share minutes/texts etc with friends
* Route calls through wireless for free VOIP
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* Route calls through wireless for free VOIP
* Take over land line for incoming calls, and use the cheapest for outgoing calls (wifi->PC->modem)
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* Take over land line for incoming calls, and use the cheapest for outgoing calls (wifi->PC->modem)
* Onboard voicemail, to avoid operator charges
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There are assorted least-cost-routing ideas --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
* Detect free wifi points and store their GPS locations online
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* Onboard voicemail, to avoid operator charges
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[[Answering Machine]] --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
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* Detect free wifi points and store their GPS locations online
  
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This is mentioned somewhere I think - [[Category:GPS]] ?
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--[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
 
==James Bond gadget==
 
==James Bond gadget==
* Covert recording of phone calls
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* Covert recording of phone calls  
* Bugging device (automatic record/call when it hears something, and silent phone-in)
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[[Category:Telephony]]
* Play a sound back while making a call, to pretend you're somewhere else
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* Bugging device (automatic record/call when it hears something, and silent phone-in)
* Simulate a bad connection, avoid the call you didn't want to have
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* Play a sound back while making a call, to pretend you're somewhere else  
* Detect people who you're avoiding by their bluetooth mac
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I think in [[Wish List]] search on clip --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
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* Simulate a bad connection, avoid the call you didn't want to have
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* Detect people who you're avoiding by their bluetooth mac
  
 
==Swiss Army Knife==
 
==Swiss Army Knife==
* Protocol analyser  
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* Protocol analyser  
* Wireless network interference viewer
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* Wireless network interference viewer
* Graphing calculator (phone calculators are rubbish)
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* Graphing calculator (phone calculators are rubbish)
* Motion capture using accelerometers, graffiti style painting using arm movements (if this is possible?)
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* Motion capture using accelerometers, graffiti style painting using arm movements (if this is possible?)
* Lightmeter (for future models with camera)
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It's challenging - the accelerometers may not be accurate enough.
* Torch (just turn the backlight on indefinitely)
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See [[Technical:Accellerometer Fundamentals]] --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
 
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* Lightmeter (for future models with camera)
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Oh hardware wishlist --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
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* Torch (just turn the backlight on indefinitely)
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On [[Wish List]] --[[User:Speedevil|Speedevil]] 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)
 
==Hardware==
 
==Hardware==
* USB->RJ45 for hooking up to wired networks (use as a router, bridge, port tester, etc)
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* USB->RJ45 for hooking up to wired networks (use as a router, bridge, port tester, etc)
* USB->USB for plugging in whatever you like
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* USB->USB for plugging in whatever you like
  
 
[[Category:ToDo]]
 
[[Category:ToDo]]
 
[[Category:Ideas]]
 
[[Category:Ideas]]

Latest revision as of 09:44, 19 September 2008

Contents

[edit] Some ideas I had

No promise to develop any of these, so if you think something is cool then go ahead and make it happen!

[edit] Integration

  • Bluetooth mic, speakers, pointing device and joystick
  • Network file server (samba based, so it shows up on your wireless network)
  • Web server (LAMP, or perhaps just VNC)
  • A network printer (another way to transfer things, just for the hell of it)
  • Remote control for mythtv, xbmc, etc
  • USB hard drive support (transfer data from phone to phone, camera to phone etc)

Built in - though no userspace software support. --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

[edit] Cheapness

  • Share minutes/texts etc with friends
  • Route calls through wireless for free VOIP
  • Take over land line for incoming calls, and use the cheapest for outgoing calls (wifi->PC->modem)

There are assorted least-cost-routing ideas --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

  • Onboard voicemail, to avoid operator charges

Answering Machine --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

  • Detect free wifi points and store their GPS locations online

This is mentioned somewhere I think - ? --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

[edit] James Bond gadget

  • Covert recording of phone calls
  • Bugging device (automatic record/call when it hears something, and silent phone-in)
  • Play a sound back while making a call, to pretend you're somewhere else

I think in Wish List search on clip --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

  • Simulate a bad connection, avoid the call you didn't want to have
  • Detect people who you're avoiding by their bluetooth mac

[edit] Swiss Army Knife

  • Protocol analyser
  • Wireless network interference viewer
  • Graphing calculator (phone calculators are rubbish)
  • Motion capture using accelerometers, graffiti style painting using arm movements (if this is possible?)

It's challenging - the accelerometers may not be accurate enough. See Technical:Accellerometer Fundamentals --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

  • Lightmeter (for future models with camera)

Oh hardware wishlist --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

  • Torch (just turn the backlight on indefinitely)

On Wish List --Speedevil 14:36, 31 July 2007 (CEST)

[edit] Hardware

  • USB->RJ45 for hooking up to wired networks (use as a router, bridge, port tester, etc)
  • USB->USB for plugging in whatever you like
Personal tools

Some ideas I had

No promise to develop any of these, so if you think something is cool then go ahead and make it happen!

Integration

* Bluetooth mic, speakers, pointing device and joystick
* Network file server (samba based, so it shows up on your wireless network)
* Web server (LAMP, or perhaps just VNC)
* A network printer (another way to transfer things, just for the hell of it)
* Remote control for mythtv, xbmc, etc
* USB hard drive support (transfer data from phone to phone, camera to phone etc)

Cheapness

* Share minutes/texts etc with friends
* Route calls through wireless for free VOIP
* Take over land line for incoming calls, and use the cheapest for outgoing calls (wifi->PC->modem)
* Onboard voicemail, to avoid operator charges
* Detect free wifi points and store their GPS locations online

James Bond gadget

* Covert recording of phone calls
* Bugging device (automatic record/call when it hears something, and silent phone-in)
* Play a sound back while making a call, to pretend you're somewhere else
* Simulate a bad connection, avoid the call you didn't want to have
* Detect people who you're avoiding by their bluetooth mac

Swiss Army Knife

* Protocol analyser 
* Wireless network interference viewer
* Graphing calculator (phone calculators are rubbish)
* Motion capture using accelerometers, graffiti style painting using arm movements (if this is possible?)
* Lightmeter (for future models with camera)
* Torch (just turn the backlight on indefinitely)

Hardware

* USB->RJ45 for hooking up to wired networks (use as a router, bridge, port tester, etc)
* USB->USB for plugging in whatever you like