Xaxxon Oculus Prime Platform: using a different SBC than the one sold by manufacturer

asked 2015-11-16 10:19:01 -0500

mohakbhardwaj gravatar image

I am using the kit version Oculus Prime Mobile Platform sold by Xaxxon for a project and was planning to use and Odroid XU4 running ROS. But, the problem I faced was that the Odroid XU4 has a 32bit processor whereas the server application and ROS packages written for Oculus Prime run only on 64bit. Here are the links for the documentation and server application: Documentation - http://www.xaxxon.com/documentation/v... Server Application - https://www.xaxxon.com/oculusprime/do... Could anyone tell me if:

  1. There is a 32-bit variant or any other way to run the server application and ROS packages on the Odroid.

  2. Will any single board computer with a 64-bit architecture be able to run the required packages or is there any special configuration in the motherboard that they sell. (is this the case with all such platforms in general)

  3. Which single board computers would be ideal for this situation so that I can purchase them?


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I'm not sure, but I'd expect you could get this information from the manufacturer directly. Have you tried contacting Xaxxon directly (through their contact form fi)?

gvdhoorn gravatar image gvdhoorn  ( 2015-11-17 01:53:53 -0500 )edit