Robotgrrl posted a link to her coding project Matatino, “a Cocoa framework for Mac that provides a straight-forward way to communicate with your Arduino through its serial connection.” Matatino is an open source project. You can learn how to add Matatino to your Xcode project at Robotgrrl’s Apps4Arduino site. Via the Arduino blog.
rsdio developed a Mac application for the USB IR Toy. It captures and displays the raw waveform from the IR Toy’s raw infrared mode, and has a limited protocol analyzer.
For Mac users of the Logic Sniffer: sdixon shares how he got SUMP working on Mac OSX. You can back order the OLS at Seeed Studio for $45, including worldwide shipping. Don’t forget that Seeed now has probe cables for $6 each.
Tired of the /dev/tty.usbserial-XXXXXXXX address of the Bus Pirate? Piotr developed a utility to edit the EEROM in the FTDI chip on the Bus Pirate, this gives your Bus Pirate a consistent name on MacOSX. Grab the utility here, and follow this how-to submitted by Piotr. Thanks for the tip! If you have a few […]