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Nuts & Volts Magazine (March 2018)

The Arduino Graphics Interface — Part 2

By Edward Andrews    View In Digital Edition  

In Part 1, we described the background and hardware build of the Arduino Graphics Interface (AGI). With this platform, you can turn an analog oscilloscope into a very high resolution graphics display device. This time, we’ll complete the project by describing the details of the XYscope: the software libraries and sample code that make the AGI hardware easy to use and integrate into any graphics display application.


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