You probably know that our serial interfaces, such as the Yocto-RS232, the Yocto-RS485-V2, or the Yocto-SPI can run scripts autonomously. As we noticed that it wasn't always easy to write scripts that were correct the first time round, especially the part decoding received messages, we created a small interactive tool to help you test your expressions.
This week, we received a Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera and to test it we decided to build a small photographic trap. The goal of this trap was to film and weigh a bird when it is eating but, as you are going to see, at Yoctopuce we are more gifted with electronics than with animals.
Some time ago, we told you that you could use our .NET Proxy library with MATLAB. We decided to dig a little deeper into the subject to see if we could make this MATLAB support official. While doing so, we realized that we could do even better by creating native MATLAB classes. So today, we present you our brand new Yoctopuce Toolbox for MATLAB, in Beta version.
Our .NET Proxy library was originally designed to enable integration with LabVIEW, but you can easily use it in other development environments, such as WinDEV. And since we're not one to brag, we'll prove it to you...
Last week, we announced the Yocto-MaxiBuzzer, which is a doped up version of the Yocto-Buzzer. One of the differences is the use of RGB leds instead on the two red and green monochrome leds. Therefore, you must use the YColorLedCluster or YColorLed classes to drive the RGB leds while the Yocto-Buzzer used the YLed class. So, we thought that it would be useful to write a post to explain the differences between these three APIs which allow you to drive the different leds that you can find Yoctopuce modules.
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