Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at
Fri Feb 4 13:24:11 EST 2005

Hello, Has anyone experience with using a Teleo Board? I am using a 
Macintosh computer with OSX.

I have an old MacBrick that is an USB I/O board but can not get support 
from them. I was looking at the Teleo and it's potential use from 
within REV. The website is - I do not have any 
ties to this company and do not own the product yet but am interested 
in the possibilities. I am reluctant because I bought the MacBrick for 
$200 and am stuck with it now and don't want to waste my time and money 

A quote from their website:
"For those individuals and companies that are interested in prototyping 
and developing projects themselves, MakingThings markets a line of 
inexpensive, easy-to-use tools. These tools, labeled under the Teleo™ 
brand name, consist of modular and networkable components, ranging from 
input and output controllers to a wide range of sensors and 
Each Teleo hardware module comes with its own software component that 
can be easily controlled using any one of a number of programming 
environments including C/C++, Macromedia’s Flash and Cycling74’s Max. 
In addition, a simple text mode can be used in any programming 
environment that can read and write text to a serial port."

I assume that since it supports a text mode via serial that I can use 
Sarah's serial methods to access the device, but wanted anyone's input 
on this.



Thomas J. McGrath III
1000 Killarney Dr.
Pittsburgh, PA 15234

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