“It’s not a lamp without light, and at some point OOMA will light up in either Android Blue, or iPhone Purple. Lighting the lamp will, however, have to relegated to a v.2 build, due to some complexity in the diffusion of light in such a cramped space. Additionally, I’d like to investigate EL panels to light it up.”
Day #1 Beta - Little guy’s big day = More info from an empty desk
Marco has a temporary case for now, so we can start testing some geo-fences and its accuracy using Google Latitude to provide frictionless updates. Also, we’ll definitely humanize the output to be more readable.
I can work from a couple locations, and now when people pass by my desk, they are able to know which campus I am on, or if I am out of the offices entirely.
Taking inspiration from this lamp idea (left), by Andreas Müller - his lamp goes from on -> dims -> off according to its orientation to pointing North.
My adaptation is to build the variation on the right that uses a servo motor to automatically point the Navigation Pin at whatever the object of your affection, via Google Latitude.