Processing visualization app for Kitronyx Snwoboard
This app will visualize 3D force mapping from your Snowboard.
This app will first try to communicate with Snowboard on COM port indicated by
snowboard_1610.ini. If COM port is not available or Snowboard does not respond, it will show a 3D image with arbitrary signal strength.
- Processing 3.0a5 (http://www.processing.org)
- ControlP5 Library 2.0.4 (www.sojamo.de/libraries/controlP5/)
- PeasyCam Library (http://mrfeinberg.com/peasycam/)
Just run app. Help will be shown in the lower right corner of GUI.
snowboard_1610.iniis default INI file and for matrix sensor 1610
snowboard_1007.iniis for matrix sensor 1007
snowboard_ms9705_ma1004.iniis for MS9705 and MS9712 with MA1004 adaptor.
mc1509_ms9712.iniis for MC1509 controller combined with MS9712 (and MS9705) sensors.
device refers to "snowboard" or "mc1509".
ndrive is the number of lines of a matrix sensor connected to drive channels of Snowboard.
nsense is the number of lines of a matrix sensor connected to sense channels of Snowboard.
activerange indicates the the range of drive and sense lines to be visualized.
interpscale resizes the gathered force image.
interpscale = 1
interpscale = 3
interpscale = 5
port indicates the port number to which Snowboard is connected.
auto will ask find the Snowboard in the first COM port found. For COM port n, the value will be
These indicate the direction of increasing values along axes. Available options are
These values indicate the mapping between a matrix sensor and drive/sense channels of Snowboard.
In the following example, 8th drive line is connected to the 1st drive channel of Snowboard.