Introduction[edit | edit source]
WifiLapper is a free and Open Source Android Application that transforms your phone into a full featured Racing Data Acquisition system. WifLapper can transmit your lap times and sensor data from your car to a laptop running Pitside using Wifi or Cellular Data Network while the car is still racing.
Sensors data can come from either your car's built-in OBDII interface using a simple Bluetooth adapter, or through an external IOIO interface. Up to 16 Analog inputs and multiple digital inputs are supported by IOIO, allowing WifiLapper to record any sensor that outputs a voltage.
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Google Play Store[edit | edit source]
Install WifiLapper at the Google Play Store
Open Source[edit | edit source]
The code for WifiLapper was made Open Source under the GPL License. You can download the source code here:
Router Repeater Setup using WDS on Tomato/DD-WRT[edit | edit source]
Step-by-step tutorial for getting multiple routers playing nicely together to expand WifiLapper's range at the track.
Help with Wifilapper App Issues[edit | edit source]
Help with Wifi Connection Issues[edit | edit source]
Help with the Pitside Console program[edit | edit source]
Contribute to the Help file for using PitsideConsole.exe, the database/lap analysis program used in conjunction with Wifilapper on your phone. This content will be added to the program for user reference while at the track.
Contribute[edit | edit source]
Want to help develop WifiLapper? Join the discussion at the WifiLapper Forum
WifiLapper Eclipse 4.2 Setup & Build Config
Get help setting up Eclipse to build the WifiLapper source code
WifiLapper Feature Request List
This is an archive of feature requests made in the Wifi Lapper forum. It is updated in infrequently, but serves as a concise and more organized version of the feature requests list, in contrast to the dynamic nature of the Wifi Lapper Feature Request forum. If you do have a Feature Request, please add it there first: http://wifilapper.freeforums.org/feature-requests-development-f3.html