[AG-TECH] AccessGrid on PDA devices
dcpiper at indiana.edu
Thu Feb 23 07:29:26 CST 2006
Heh, that sounds fun. I can picture the NCSA lobby in little teeny tiny
1/2" windows ... :D
VIC is just the video component, you'd need something to take the job
of RAT and then you have audio too. From that you could join in with a
manual hookup, since you would need the VenueClient software and
associated dependencies in order to browse venues. I'm thinking all that
would probably slaughter the poor little PDA but it sounds like it's
worth a laugh.
For manual hookup, get the ports from the 'Properties' entry of the
'Venue' menu of a VenueClient. You might want to also go to a venue with
a bridge (or run one yourself against your venue server) to remove
multicast from being a problem over the wireless.
Fabrizio.Berdondini at prototipo.it wrote:
> "just" a question... I'd like to try to connect a PDA device (Intel
> Bulverde 520 Mhz, Windows Mobile 2003 SE) to the AccessGrid
> infrastructure. I found over the internet some docs citing the use of
> VPP (Vic for Pocket PC) for some kind of interface between AG and a PPC.
> Is VPP the only app I have to install to connect my PPC to an AG
> session? How should I install/configure it to receive audio/video
> streams from a venueserver installed inside my LAN?
> Faber B.
Derek Piper - dcpiper at indiana.edu - (812) 856 0111
IRI 323, School of Informatics
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
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