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Graphing TI ez430 Chronos watch data in Processing

Posted on Monday, April 9th, 2012 in code, data transfer, how-to, MSP430, Processing by the machinegeek


Chemicaloliver has written a short post describing how to graph ez430 Chronos watch data in Processing.

His post includes links to the source code, which is an extension of the earlier Processing code by Sean Brewer.

Originally written in 2010, this info remains relevant for newly minted Chronos hackers who’ve just received their TI packages from DigiKey.

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2 Responses to “Graphing TI ez430 Chronos watch data in Processing”

  1. Drone says:

    Your post tagging is highly inconsistent:

    This article is:

    Tagged ez430 Chronos watch

    The last article on this subject, “TIDeals: eZ430-Chronos watch again” is:

    Tagged Chronos watch, Ti

    Doesn’t your blog application check for dupes and/or nears? If-not, a human should.

  2. Oscar says:

    This video about ez430 chronos and processing is also interesting: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/7035380/ez430_chronos_processing_and_tilt_measurement_error/

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