In our team we have been talking during years about doing a mobile application.meveric wrote: ↑Thu Feb 25, 2021 7:29 amI'll check what I can find out about this. I can also try on other ODROIDs to check on easier interfaces, with native 1080p and such.xavi wrote: ↑Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:21 amMy program is Chronojump, If you want to install it on Go Super, here are the Linux compile instructions:
you do not need to install: mono-reference-assemblies-4.0 , also you don't need to do the "Fix Mono target process".
Not sure about the OpenGL ES, I like to write software, I've been programming Chronojump since 2004, but always as a hobby, lots of hours, but I teached myself. Since last two years I become professional, but I am very bad in linking and packaging.
Our users measure force and power on sports. They do it many times on the open (on an sports field or gym), and they have to go with a laptop that they do not like very much to carry.
So having a way to run our application in an small device is a need, but creating a version of our software for Android and IOS is impossible with our resources. So we have two options:
- Write a new mobile app with really low functionalities
- Use something that is cheap, nice and portable that can run our software without many problems.
I am not sure yet if Odroid go super is enough or we will need something more powerful (I need more days of tests). Our application on Raspberry Pi 4 runs nice, I think Raspberry Pi 4 has faster cpu+gpu and also a very optimized operating system. I am sure the Odroid Debian version that you made will be more optimized in the near future. But Raspberry has not a device as nice and finished as this Odroid.
So to end my long speech, the nice thing of this Odroid (Go Super) is its portability. Other Odroids maybe are more powerful but they do not have a nicely integrated screen.
Thanks again for your time and support.