[PD] Using custom analog devices with PD
sk at glui.de
Wed Oct 4 02:39:50 CEST 2006
you might also want to check http://www.sensorwiki.org/index.php/
Sensor_interfaces for a longer list of available interfaces
I think you could remove "PIC programming" from your priority list -
"analog circuitry" definitely helps though...
On 02.10.2006, at 10:30, Davide Morelli wrote:
> I personally use both Christian's multio and arduino with IR sensors
> both of them are open source hardware and have a kind of "pd driver"
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>> So I guess this IS the way people go.
>> Although I knew about PICs, I must admit that I have never
>> really been an analog circutry person.
>> So far I've been fiddling with motion detection in Gem
>> along with my video camera.
>> In order to realize some more advanced ideas I have,
>> I guess I'll just have to bump up priorities of "PIC
>> programming" and "analog circuitry" on my list of things
>> to study.
>> I appreciate the links, especially the GNUPIC which
>> I never imagined of :)
>> Christian Klippel wrote:
>>> hi david,
>>> Am Montag, 2. Oktober 2006 07:10 schrieb PSPunch:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I know many of you integrate analog circuitry and custom
>>>> made gadgets with the PD domain, perhaps heat or pressure
>>>> I was wondering if there was an orthodox method of hooking these
>>>> up to a system running PD.
>>>> Is there such a thing as a 1-chip "voltage to RS-232C converter"
>>>> or anything of a similar kind ?
>>> a similar kind, yes. if you want to play around yourself, i
>>> recommend you to
>>> take a look at the pic micro's or the avr micro's. these are
>>> microcontrollers with a lot of built in peripherial options. so,
>>> there are
>>> chips available that have built-in adc converters, a serial
>>> interface, etc.
>>> as far as pic's are concerned, you may check www.microchip.com,
>>> select any 18f
>>> device of your chioce and order them as free samples.
>>> then you may check www.gnupic.org for tool to program it, if you
>>> dont want to
>>> use the closed-source microchip tools.
>>>> David Shimamoto
>>>> shima at pspunch.com
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