darc

Durham Adaptive-optics Real-time Controller

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darc, the Durham Adaptive optics Real-time Controller. For documentation or darctalk client only, select "View all files". For the latest bleeding-edge version, please use: git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/darc2/code darc2-code (no password required) (this changed May 2013 due to a sourceforge update).

If you use darc, please cite with:
Basden, A and Myers, R, MNRAS Vol 242, page 1483, 2012

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Features

  • High performance, low latency
  • Modular design (allowing you to customise easily)
  • Large number of advanced algorithms
  • Support for FPGA and GPU acceleration
  • Adaptive windowing
  • Correlation centroiding
  • Distributed computing
  • Asynchronous wavefront sensing
  • Figure sensing for open-loop AO
  • Camera interfaces for many cameras, including Firewire, cameralink (dependent on frame grabber), gigE vision, USB uEye, webcams, Andor EMCCD cameras, sCMOS cameras, sFPDP interfaces, v4l interface, DASP simulation
  • DM interfaces for many DMs, including Xinetics, Adaptica, Boston (multi and 1k), Alpao, Cilas
  • And many many more...

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  • zoltan_hubert
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    terribly terrific ! the fastest RTC in AO ! Download it now !

    Posted 11/23/2010
  • agb32
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    Awesome!

    Posted 11/17/2010
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

GTK+

Programming Language

C, Python

Registered

2010-11-17
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