Camera Emulation on Android

by Thisara Rupasinghe » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 18:17:22 GMT


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 Hi,

I'm studying emulators code to implement camera on android emulator. As i
get to know, i think i need to implement new HAL implementation for camera
which directs to the actual webcam device. therefore I would like to know
more details and possibility of doing that. in the emulator below the HAL
layer are there the normal driver manager, power manager etc models exists
as physical mobile phone?
I'm going to use GStreamer for that. how should this exactly need to happen?
Any ideas abt that?

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Thanks & Regards,
Thisara.

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