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An IR receiver designed to work with XBMC across all platforms. It is built on the Arduino platform and translates a set of known IR codes to USB HID (Keyboard) codes that are meant to work with XBMC.
Currently a Harmony Remote 650 programmed with an RC5 compatible IR code set is being used in conjunction with OpenELEC on an AMD Fusion computer.
The project is a work in progress so some things may not work 100%.
remote_setup.txt file includes information on how to program a Harmony Remote for the code sets in use by the IR receiver.
All code is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license and all documentation, pictures schematics, etc are licensed under the Creative Commons 2.0 BY-SA license unless otherwise noted.
This project is built using ino (https://github.com/amperka/ino). It may or may not build correctly under the Arduino IDE / Stino / others.