The Cuddly Throwable Application Server

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  • 2016 IBM Corporation

    The Cuddly, Throwable Application Server

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    ?

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    What is the Bluemix Garage? (Its not actually a Garage.)

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    http://ibm.biz/bluemixgaragelondon

    http://ibm.biz/bluemixgaragelondon

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    Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.

    - Popular Mechanics, 1949

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    I think there is a world market for maybe five computers. Thomas Watson, chairman of

    IBM1943

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    Then: HARDware

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    Now: Everyware

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    Next: Connected-ware

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    Why care about the Internet of Things?

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    Why care about the Internet of Things?

    This could really benefit my business

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    Why care about the Internet of Things?

    This could really benefit my business

    This is so FUN and COOL and OOH I

    made it LIGHT UP!

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    Poll-time.

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    +

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    +

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    It was cool.

    But it couldnt move around much.

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    pcDuino

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    pcDuino

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    pcDuino60

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    pcDuino60

    Dual-core CPU

    4 GB flash storage

    1 GB RAM

    Arduino-ish pins

    Wi-fiBattery

    connector

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    embedded application

    server

    Sensors

    Liberty

    Architecture

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    A bit of textile engineering.

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    A bit more textile engineering.

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    Ta-daa!

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    Ta-daa!

    Presenting: The WebSphere Sphere

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    Ta-daa!

    Presenting: The WebSphere Sphere

    (the cuddly application server)

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    Ta-daa!

    Presenting: The WebSphere Sphere

    (the cuddly application server)(the worlds first throwable application server)

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    Throwable technology. Not so silly after all.

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    Remind you of anything?

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    Not really. Its very lumpy, isnt it?

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    Interfacing the ball to the computer

    LED sequins

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    Soft circuits

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    Soft circuits

    Conductive thread

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    Soft circuits

    6.78Conductive thread

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    Soft circuits

    6.78Conductive thread

    Stainless steel

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    Soft circuits

    6.78Conductive thread

    Solderable

    Stainless steel

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    Soft circuits

    6.78Conductive thread

    Solderable

    Sewable

    Stainless steel

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    http://pcduino.local

    http://pcduino.local

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    My Mother

    Holly, why would anyone want an application server in a cuddly ball?

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    Who wouldnt want an application server in

    a cuddly ball?

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    So did it work?

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    So did it work?

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    So did it work?

    pcDuino could never display on any monitor.

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    Wires snapped.

    Many times.

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    and then what happened?

    Wires snapped.

    Many times.Inside a unit that had to be disassembled before any repair could be done.

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hopePcDuino

    battery interface

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

    Popular embeddable

    battery

    PcDuino battery

    interface

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

    Popular embeddable

    battery

    PcDuino battery

    interface

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

    Popular embeddable

    battery

    PcDuino battery

    interface

    JST-PH

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

    Popular embeddable

    battery

    PcDuino battery

    interface

    JST-PH

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    and then what happened?

    Connectors are not as easy as one might hope

    Popular embeddable

    battery

    PcDuino battery

    interface

    JST-PHJST-SH

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    The board features a difficult-to-get JST-SH connector. You won't find a battery with a ready-made five-pin JST-SH connector.

    http://wt.tuxomania.net

    http://wt.tuxomania.net

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    The board features a difficult-to-get JST-SH connector. You won't find a battery with a ready-made five-pin JST-SH connector.

    http://wt.tuxomania.net

    !&!^@*!

    http://wt.tuxomania.net

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    Its ok! I wired in a battery.

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    and then what happened?

    LiPoly battery. Standard 3.3V output.

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    and then what happened?

    Battery voltage isnt enough for LEDs.

    Or sensors.

    LiPoly battery. Standard 3.3V output.

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    Its ok! I used a USB battery.

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    Its ok! I used a USB battery.

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    Its ok! I used a USB battery.

    Un-covered metal batteries short pins.

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    Its ok! I added a sock.

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    Its ok! I added a sock.

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    Its ok! I added a sock.

    Child will never miss it.

  • Ive fixed this for you.

  • SIve fixed this for you.

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    A USB power connector lived

    here

    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    Another USB power connector

    lived here

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    and then what happened?

    What does that mean in practice?

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    and then what happened?

    What does that mean in practice?

    Normally, 0 = bounce.With insufficient voltage, pin is always 0.

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    and then what happened?

    So it infinitely oh. Oh dear.

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    Motion sensor started smoking, stopped working.

    Had to buy a new one.

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    pcDuino stopped working. Had to buy a new one :(

    and then what happened?

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    My mother

    Holly, I saw a video of your sphere talk. I thought you handled the fact that the demo failed really well. Are there any videos where it actually works?

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    It worked faultlessly.Twice in a row.

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    pcDuino

    useful stuff

    The physical world

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    pcDuino

    useful stuff

    The physical world

    bulky protective padding

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    pcDuino

    useful stuff

    doesnt fit in hand-luggage. The physical world

    bulky protective padding

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    Not supposed to look like

    that.

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    and then what happened?

    Pin on power board snapped. Remnants of pin in PCB hole.

    Not supposed to look like

    that.

  • @holly_cummins and then what happened?

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    Solder burns on kitchen counter.

    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    No power to pcDuino.

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    and then what happened?Its ok! I bought a better

    powerboost.

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    and then what happened?

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    and then what happened?

    No power to pcDuino. Still.

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    and then what happened?

    Theres actually a hole in the battery under all that

    tape.

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    What could possibly go wrong with a damaged

    LiPo battery?

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    Its ok! I bought a new battery. (and the damaged