Tahoe is a wireless auxiliary user interface for the ROV piloting application Monterey. It allows the pilot of the ROV to move away from the computer while still offering him/her a GUI with which to read sensor data and send servo and relay commands.
To make use of Tahoe, you must be running Monterey on a computer on the same network as the Android device running Tahoe. The ROV must also be connected to the computer running Monterey. Without an ROV and without Monterey, Tahoe is pretty much useless.
Since this application is written in Qt, it will ask for Ministro to be installed upon first run. Once Ministro is installed, it will download the proper Qt libraries. After that, you can delete Ministro. This process only happens on the first launch.
To see the source code behind Tahoe, visit www.sourceforge.net/p/rov-suite.
To see ROV-suite's (and therefore Tahoe's) development blog, see chrisstechblog.blogspot.com.
Please keep in mind that this app is still in development. This version is an early build and will therefore be buggy and lack features that will be available in the final version.
Force Tahoe to start in the landscape orientation (and stay there).