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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Calibrating means to mark a measuring device, like a sensor, so that it gives a standardized and meaningful reading. When you calibrate you’re taking into account external factors that may have affected the device’s readings. Check out this post for details on attaining accurate measurements from your device.
Every week, we’re going to look at some of the biggest news in sensors, and related fields, covering all areas from the DIY to the industrial and scientific. As the world becomes more connected, we’re surrounded by more and more sensing technology, so let’s look at how people are putting them to work.
In many Phidgets projects, more than one Phidget device is required to carry out the necessary functionality. There are a few options for distinguishing between Phidgets in an application but the Manager provides the most powerful and versatile tool. Find out about it here.
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