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LastTemplar

Thanks a lot guys for your fast responses ;) I'm going to buy the Arduino tomorrow.
I've done some researching and I have some more questions:
1. I still don't understand if I can make apps with graphical interface with processing, like having buttons and such, is it possible?
2. I read about this protocol called firmata, do I need it to control the Arduino in real-time?

hexskrew

Can't find it right off hand but I can tell you I have done exactly what you are looking to do, and it's not hard at all.

LastTemplar

Would you like to share with a source code or smth? I just want to see an example :)

hexskrew

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Feb 20, 2011, 10:52 pm Last Edit: Feb 21, 2011, 12:18 am by hexskrew Reason: 1
Oh sure! But see... That's the problem. I am at work away from my computer, but it was an example I got online somewhere. I think it was about a year ago.

Here you go:
http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/PhysicalPixel

Here's more
http://drewish.com/content/2009/06/simple_arduino_serial_communications

This code shows how you can type text into a line and it will send it to the arduino, and then the arduino will send it back and it will paste what you sent it into a line below. Same concept, just that instead of a button, it's text.
I am not putting the code here since it's a personal deal from another site.

On another note.. Anyone else seen this?!
"Poorman's oscilloscope with arduino and processing"
http://accrochages.drone.ws/en/node/90

PaulS

I have a C# application that communicates with the Arduino. If you are interested, PM me with an e-mail address.

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