FAMOUSO is an event-based publish/subscribe middleware written in C++ for systems ranging from 8Bit micro-controllers up to 32Bit PC/Workstations.
This is a open source edited Version of the FTC controller station. the difference between the FTC controller station and the Field Timer is that the Field timer has a Timer attached to it that starts and stops the robot at the correct time
This project contens software to be used to promote the development of virtual and non-virtual teaching-learning machines for electronics laboratories oriented to practical classes at high schools, technical schools and engineering schools.
This project includes 2 parts: the open FPGA+DSP architecture for the GPS hardware and the GPS software running in embedded system and PC
Jumblino is the open source aircraft development project, targeting the complete development of a community aircraft. Complete community control of the aircraft parametrics will lead to the etraordinary development.
Provides VIs to allow development of LabRAD servers and clients in LabVIEW. The project contains a native LabVIEW implementation of the API as well as an accelerated platform specific version using a DLL back-end written in Delphi.
This project is a base for developing new LabVIEW tools which aren't fully functional yet. Together with a forum discussion this will enhance the power of multi-developer LabVIEW tool development
Handheld-based system (PalmOs or PocketPC) to acquire and analyze infrared-camera based images.
Free Libre Open Source Software to manage the acquisition of Mass Spectra through a GPIB interface.
The Mobile Studio I/O board, developed at RPI, http://mobilestudio.rpi.edu/, provides students with the ability to perform laboratory experiments outside of the classroom. This project seeks to expand software support for this hardware to Linux.
The OpenG Internet Connectivity (ogic) project provides LabVIEW with a library of VIs that can communicate with SMTP, FTP, and POP servers.
This Library enables accessing PostgreSQL with LabVIEW without using ODBC. It implements the PostgreSQL C-Library (libpq) with LabVIEW VIs. Additional VIs should make the use of this interface als simple as using the proprietary LabVIEW Database Toolkit.
Java library to communicate over TCP/IP with labviewTM. Examples provided. Get easy
The goal of this project is to develop an easily modifiable combination of VHDL firmware and LabView drivers for use with laboratory automation control and data acquisition using Terasic's DE2 board and the ISP1362 USB interface chip.
University of Texas at Austin UT UAV Group Target Acquisition System
Xquetzal/Xitris Get, Process, Display, Store, Compress and Publish (In Web Page) Data from Analog Source Flux in Real Time using LabPC+ or Other A/D Convertor board.
A program for interference effects correction in PL excitation spectra
The iCorrector is aimed to model and correct the interference fringes affecting the photoluminescence excitation spectra of thin-film dielectric samples. The calculations of the interference profile are performed taking into account the experimental conditions: excitation light incidence angle, wavelength range, luminescent centers distribution. An excitation field depth distribution map (*.bmp), normally calculated by the IMD software (D.L. Windt) is required for the calculations. The module is presented both as LabVIEW virtual instrument and executable requiring LabVIEW runtime (http://joule.ni.com/nidu/cds/view/p/id/2534/lang/en). It may be useful for physicists and material scientists working on the luminescence of thin films.
LabVIEW VI's for use with the CH Instruments libec SDK
The libec-vi-repo project hosts LabVIEW virtual instruments (VI's) for use with the CH Instruments libec SDK, which allows you to control CH Instruments hardware from LabVIEW. The mission of this project is to cultivate a free and open community for the extensible development of these VI's. Supported operating systems: - Windows XP and higher - (Mac) OS X 10.6 and higher - Linux (x86) The libec SDK itself is hosted separately; for more information, visit the discussion forum, or contact <email@example.com>
A diff utility that determines a file's type and automatically calls another diff program suited to that file. This page is also the home of LVDiff, a command-line program that launches LabVIEW's built-in diff utility.
This tool allows you create fast code-images of LabVIEW. With support for text and drawing annotations
An open source framework for a guitar effects processor implemented in LabVIEW, which allows the user to create a chain of effects modules, then download them to a DSP board, for use with a standard electric guitar.