Oregon State Wireless Active Learning Device
The Computer Science Platform For Learning (CSPFL) is a student-developed Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) called the Oregon State Wireless Active Learning Device (OSWALD), made for undergraduate students to explore CS concepts hands-on. To do this, the OSWALD is powerful, flexible, and incorporates some of the latest technology available, while keeping the cost to a minimum. Come join us in making this the best Open Source hardware platform effort ever by contributing to this project.
- Real time operating system (RADIX)
- Resistive touch screen
- Track pad
- DVI out
- ZigBee networking
Please note: The original documentation for the OSWALD was hosted on the now-retired BeaverSource. Many of these pages have archived versions that can be found by copying the links into the Wayback Machine.
- Project on BeaverSource
- Hardware Overview
- Software Overview
- User Manual