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Hi;

This is my first attempt at an Arduino Oscilloscope with Processing. Still incomplete; but basically does the job of plotting and recording 3 analog signals connected to 3 Arduino inputs. Controlling the H-sweep has been the hardest part of the project for me. It has severe limitations regarding frequency response; but I want it mainly for very low frequency signals, such as temp, relative humidity, pressure, etc. At this point it has 3 simple pots connected as voltage dividers  to the Arduino inputs to vary the voltage and observe the variations. Still a long way to go to finish it; but I can use it already.

here is the video: 
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looks very good,

Is there a download available?
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Thanks. I appreciate your comments.

I'm planning to make it available; but not for now as it is still a bit incomplete and has a few problems. This is a relatively large Processing code.

Thanks again.
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