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ArTICL: Arduino TI Calculator Linking Library

Posted on Friday, October 31st, 2014 in library by DP

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KermMartian over at Cemetech writes:

The ArTICL library (pronounced “article”) lets Arduino programs send and receive TI link protocol-formatted packets at a low level. In addition, it includes a CBL2 class that lets the calculator emulate either a CBL2 device or a calculator speaking the CBL2 protocol (thanks to Cemetech member CVSoft for helping to make this possible). This means that you can use the Send() and Get() commands on your graphing calculator to control the Arduino, including turning LEDs and motors on and off, reading the state of buttons and switches, and performing measurements with sensors. You could even use the ArTICL library to control a Norland Research robot with an Arduino.

Check out the video after the break.

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