Just wanted to let those with an interest in IR (Infrared remote control) know, that the project has succeed in reaching our initial goal on Indiegogo with 20 days still left to run.
AnalysIR was inspired by Arduino & is a Windows based application that can be thought of as an oscilloscope or logic analyzer dedicated exclusively to IR from infrared remote controls like TV remotes, but much more useful. It currently supports over 17 of the most common IR protocols, with more to come. We have also added support for importing/exporting from/to quite a few of the most common industry formats such a Pronto, Global Caché (incl. compression) and of course the well known IRremote & IRLib formats of Arduino fame.
There are lots of screenshots, videos and updates about the project on the campaign page (check out both the Updates & Gallery tabs for all the latest information).
AnalysIR was featured on the Arduino blog in conjunction with the recent Dublin Maker Fairehttp://blog.arduino.cc/2013/07/26/new-infrared-applications-using-arduino-at-mini-makerfaire-dublin-tomorrow/
Lastly, we have designed a flexible range of perks for AnalysIR @ $1, $5, $10, $15 & $20 covering a range of uses from education, makerspaces, makers & commercial use.
You can visit the AnalysIR page at http://igg.me/at/AnalysIR/x/4106879
. The campaign will end on Sep 1st 2013.
Note: Arduino, IR receiver & Windows PC or Laptop required along with AnalysIR