Montreal, Canada, April 27, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- "Connecting switches and LEDs to Arduino boards with wires and resistors is a thing of the past," says Mr. Arpin, CEO of Seenov Inc. "We need to leverage the widespread availability of the best user interface in the world, the mobile Phone. Our IOS App lets code running on the Mobillyo or any other board having Bluetooth Low Energy like the Raspberry PI dynamically interact with a programmable user interface."
Putting this techno-jargon simply means the application has a screen with a variety of switches, LEDs, sliders and a text area. The code running on the Mobillyo Arduino Compatible board can read the switches, turn the LEDs on or off and more. The groundbreaking feature of this App is the possibility for the code to move or even delete the screen objects. If a program need two switches, a slider and one LED it can send command to the App to configure theses objects and set their positions on the screen. The result is a user interface that is perfectly adapted to a particular situation. if another program needs more switches of sliders, it can reconfigure the screen to its needs.
"This App has widespread appeal for developper, coders and teachers," says Mr. Arpin. Being able to configure and then interact with the user screen is by itself a great feature but the compatibility with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) opens up a vast market of users. Boards such as the Raspberry PI 3 which have BLE can use this application for their user interface.
The App is available in the Apple App Store under the name Mobillyo.
Seenov is one of two tech companies founded by Mr. Arpin after leaving Nortel. He started Seenov in 2007 to design and manufacture electronic equipment. Seenov is now focussed on computer modules for learning programming and for Makers.