You said a volume control is doable in the first post. You have got to sell an addon like the phidget encoder for this! Basic control that everyone and their mother needs.
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With a digital input, lets say that I have button I want to use to raise a parameter, like volume, by a value of 1. It would be nice if, by holding the button for 2 seconds the volume went up at a specified rate.
With analog inputs lets say I have 3 I plan on using. For this example, temperature, voltage, and amps. It would be nice to have a group of settings I could use with that input to equate:
(these example are rough and meaningless in nature to real applications)
1. Temperature - 1V to 5V = 32F to 128F with settings for sensors with a positve or negative temperature coefficient.
2. Voltage - .5V to 5.2V = 0V to 12V
3. Amps - 20mV to 100mV = 1A to 15A
So a control to select Units, and high and low equivalents, with a negative coefficient selection. Units, I guess would be string values.
It's been a while...
It is expected to be done between beta testing and release.
Fusion Brain Version 6 Released!
1.9in x 2.9in -- 47mm x 73mm
30 Digital Outputs -- Directly drive a relay
15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
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i was wondering about an update on the ETA of the boards (I really am impatient)... Also with the latest update to StreetDeck Iv had to ditch the program I was building, so I will probably try integrating the program strait into StreetDeck or use the DLL that Fusion Brain will provide... or something in between.
video of it working later today.
Digital Outputs - all functional and tested
Analog Inputs - all functional and tested
Digital inputs - tested, needs minor change in firmware (<5 minutes) but I am away from my PIC programmer.
so: The beta boards will be shipped this week for SURE. Then, we will have a beta period, likely a week or two.
updated 4th post to reflect the above.
please give Nick and I feedback on how we are doing. we are here to serve you. we can shift around priorities, work on different aspects. about all we can't change is the overall timeline... I know you guys want this immediately, but thousands of lines of code and hundreds of hours of research don't happen instantly.