Spectrometer on PC

Posted on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019 in Arduino, open source by DP


Boris Landoni over at Open Electronics writes, “We use the platform based on the AMS sensors in combination with the Personal Computer and thanks to an ad hoc software we trace on the screen the spectrum curves resulting from the analysis performed.”

More info on Open Source Project page.

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