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AnalysIR supports USB IR Toy

Posted on Saturday, November 9th, 2013 in software, tools, USB IR Toy by the machinegeek


The crew from AnalysIR has added support for the USB IR Toy to their software. AnalysIR is Windows based IR Analyzer & Decoder software for use with Arduino, Raspberry Pi & similar platforms. Check out their blog for more information.

You can your own USB IR Toy v2 for around $20 from Seeedstudio.

Via the contact form.

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One Response to “AnalysIR supports USB IR Toy”

  1. AnalysIR says:

    You can get your copy of AnlysIR to work with the IR Toy at:
    http://www.analysir.com/blog/get-analysir/

    Don’t forget to mention that you read about it on Dangerous Prototypes.

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