Posts Tagged ‘miniscope’

USB POV Toy: miniscope v3

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

We wanted an easy way to see the accelerometer data from the USB POV Toy. We made a simple firmware that works with the miniscope v3 oscilloscope program. Instead of sending voltage readings, it sends the accelerometer data from one axis. This screenshot shows the change in readings while we...

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Updated miniscope oscilloscope release

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

miniscope turns your Bus Pirate into a low speed oscilloscope. A new version is available that supports slope trigger and continuous sampling modes. The developer made a convenient Bus Pirate miniscope download with just the essentials (7-zip format). We started a miniscope wiki page with basic setup details, please add...

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Miniscope v3 followup

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Here's a few followup comments to the miniscope oscillocope app support for the Bus Pirate. First a correction. Miniscope source is available under the GPL now, we got it wrong: Actually source code is available, take a look inside i.e. miniscope_v3_0_0_21.7z and bus_pirate_dll_20101016.7z 7-zip archives. It may be ugly but...

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Bus Pirate: Miniscope v3

Monday, October 18th, 2010

miniscope is a free PC oscilloscope application that now supports the Bus Pirate via a DLL plugin. It's intended to be GPL, but it looks like the source isn't yet available. That's the second o-scope software for the new Bus Pirate continuous ADC binary command. We've also requested Bus Pirate...

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