Storyboard driving TI’s ADAS Cluster on Jacinto 6

TI Jacinto 6 Crank Storyboard Suite ADASIf you were at TI Village at CES this year you might have seen the digital automotive cockpit demo featuring Storyboard Suite. If not, be sure to check out this quick video from Texas Instruments. This innovative demo showcases an automotive cluster and HUD featuring UIs built with Storyboard and driven by TI’s Jacinto 6 processor.

 

Using Storyboard Suite to develop high-performance, graphically-rich instrument clusters & HUDs

The cluster demo showcases:

  • Digital Instrument Cluster
  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Information & warnings from the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS)

The HUD demo showcases:

  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Pedestrian Detection and Lane Departure warnings
  • Context-sensitive content from the infotainment and vehicle systems

Building a Storyboard Application – Video #4 – Internationalization

Dan has kicked into high gear and has video #4 in the Building a Storyboard Application video series up and ready. This video takes users through a small example of how to use variables in Storyboard to load new languages into the application.

If you missed the previous videos in the series be sure to check them out here :

Video #1 – PSD Importing

Video #2 – Creating Animations

Building a Storyboard Application – Video #3 – Lua Scripting

Video #3 in our Building a Storyboard Application series is now up and does a great walk through on how you leverage Lua scripting in your application. Lua is a great scripting language for embedded applications with it’s ease of use, awesome performance and ability to be extended. If you haven’t used Lua before be sure to check it out.

If you missed the previous videos in the series be sure to check them out here :

Video #1 – PSD Importing

Video #2 – Creating Animations

Building a Storyboard Application – Video #2 – Animations

This is the second video in our “Building a Storyboard Application” series. If you missed the first video you can watch it here.

In this video Dan will take you though how to use the animation timeline editor to give your applications a little more life.

Keep watch for the next video where Dan will take you through how to add some Lua scripting to you application.

Telematics Update Detroit

Earlier this month Crank Software was at the Telematics Update conference in Detroit and got stopped for this quick interview :

It was a great event and brought together most of the auto ecosystem all under one roof. I had no idea that ere were so many parking apps.

Also in the centre of the show floor was the QNX Bentley which is always a great demonstration of Storyboard in action.