Embeded LiveCode -- a distant dream that is dead???

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Fri Sep 11 14:45:55 EDT 2015

Mark Rauterkus wrote:
 > There is a stop watch that has six buttons, two of them can
 > twist/spin too, and two of the buttons have a quick push or
 > a long push, and it includes an earpiece, microphone, speaker,
 > wireless (but not wifi) communications with a USB FOB to
 > capture data real-time (hence the LiveCode management of that
 > data to parse and calculate/display post race) and communicate
 > with a horn (audio) and portable, 2-line scoreboard.
 > So that watch is a robust $400 device that can hold programs - pace
 > workouts, etc. too.
 > It is made in China and the system's inventors are from Australia
 > and I'm going to meet with them today and for the next couple of
 > days at a trade show in Cleveland, Ohio.
 > The vision/dream would be to do LiveCode on that watch as an embeded
 > software system -- but -- I might be all wet. (Of course I am.)
 > http://www.autocoach.com.au/
 > And, it is a super small market.

Probably, but embedded systems are often for small markets.

I'm not sure what it would take to make the current engine available in 
an embeddable wrapper, or even if the storage and RAM requirements fit 
within the constraints of such a small device, but it might be worth 
sending an email to support AT livecode.com outlining the use-case you 
describe above to learn more about the possibility of an embedded option 
for that.

  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
  Ambassador at FourthWorld.com                http://www.FourthWorld.com

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