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How does one interface the Intel Galileo with Processing?

CO3
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Hello,

I have been tasked with working with the Galileo Gen 2 board for a group assignment involving the completion of an augmented reality sandbox. While researching online, I have not had much luck with a source that exclusively states how an Intel board could connect with Processing, an open-source software sketchbook. This kind of technology is something I have not worked with in the past. Would anyone happen to know a few sources that could assist in connecting a Galileo to a projector with the use of Processing for this kind of project?

--Thank you in advance,

Cristol

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Carlos_M_Intel
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Hi Cristol,

As you may know the suported IDEs are Eclipse, Arduino and the XDK so you should contact them (https://forum.processing.org/two/ All Categories - Processing 2.x and 3.x Forum) for more information about how to use the Galileo through Processing.

I haven't found information about the Galileo and Processing but I found a link withhttps://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2015/07/13/motion-sensing-with-intel-edison an example for the Edison + Processing. I hope you will find it helpful.

Regards,

Charlie

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Carlos_M_Intel
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Hi Cristol,

As you may know the suported IDEs are Eclipse, Arduino and the XDK so you should contact them (https://forum.processing.org/two/ All Categories - Processing 2.x and 3.x Forum) for more information about how to use the Galileo through Processing.

I haven't found information about the Galileo and Processing but I found a link withhttps://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2015/07/13/motion-sensing-with-intel-edison an example for the Edison + Processing. I hope you will find it helpful.

Regards,

Charlie

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