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Ctrl_phreak Offline
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I am designing a hardware bridge that will allow ODB-II standard devices to send data to XBMC. I would like to know what is the least processor intensive method for XBMC to accept and optionally show this data. ODB in my car is roughly 1.1 seconds refresh. I would like to achieve this, or very close performance in the host system.

This project (minus the hardware part) is going to be open source once I have the plans done. If you can help or are just interested in general, you can post here or email me at [email protected]
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I can't say for sure on Xbox but on the other ports you could probably do a python script that does this atleast theoretically

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