Phidgets are a set of user friendly building blocks for low cost USB sensing and control from your PC.
Simply plug in the device and write a program with the help of our robust API. Applications can be developed quickly by programmers using their favorite language: Android Java, Applescript, C/C++, C#, Cocoa, Delphi, Flash AS3, Java, LabVIEW, MATLAB, Max/MSP, Python, Ruby, Visual Basic.NET, Visual Basic 6.0, Visual Basic for Applications, Visual Basic Script, Visual C/C++/Borland.NET, and FlowStone.
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There are quite a few users making their Phidget SBCs do data acquisition, and perhaps this is the plan you have for yours. It’s really easy to set up logging to a USB drive, so let’s find out how.
While many people prototype their designs with Phidgets, there are a lot of people making one-time installations to work with Phidgets on a long-term basis. These people make museum exhibits and Phidgets help the creation of exhibits that move people from being passive observers to engaged participants in learning.
RobotShop and DSP Robotics just launched some new apps to get Phidgets quickly working on your computer. The Phidget Interface Kit app offers an intuitive visual way of monitoring Phidgets, logging data and sequencing patterns of output. Let’s look at some of these features.
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