the concept of clocking devices for using frame per frame all devices at once

hi, i would be clocking devices at least 4 and i could take suggestions for cheapest and simple way to do it

to get sensor outputs data sorted chrono or to trigger devices frames per frame 30 per seconds

being able to access devices outputs to useit frame per frame one folder per frame for all devices or things like that

if you checked similar things or have way to make it

it is not precise because i just check ways to do it

nothing personnal, regards,

I'm sorry, but none of your post is meaningful to me.

Your use of the word "frame" makes me wonder if you are talking about video and an Arduino is not powerful enough to process video.

...R

Edit to add ... the post I was commenting on seems to have been deleted

matt_1012: i always disagree by the kind of comment you did,

I did the best I could with the information you provided. I don't see how I could have done more.

You have not said whether I was right or wrong to assume "frame" is a video frame - so I am still in the dark.

If you have got better advice in another Thread on this Forum please provide a link to it so I can compare my performance.

...R

it is the kind of answers that make me go to other forums

I suggest you go because this is section is an English forum and what ever the words are there is no sense in what you say in the English language.

If you want an answer you have to have a question that can be understood.

i would be clocking devices at least 4

What devices? Four what? What do you mean by clocking? The accepted use of the word clocking is to give a device a clock pulse. That is a logic signal that goes from high to low and back high again. For example you clock a shift register on its clock pin.

I think it's a translation error.

If you replace Clocking with Cloaking, makes so much more sense.

void loop() {

checkDevice1();
checkDevice2();
checkDevice3();
checkDevice4();

}

Marmotjr: I think it's a translation error.

If you replace Clocking with Cloaking, makes so much more sense.

Not to me. Do you mean cloaking as in Star Trek?

mistergreen:

void loop() {

checkDevice1();
checkDevice2();
checkDevice3();
checkDevice4();

}

No that is silly, much better is

void loop() {

checkDevice(1);
checkDevice(2);
checkDevice(3);
checkDevice(4);

}

Then even better is

void loop() {
for(int d=1;d<5;d++) checkDevice(d);
}

oh, I forgot the 30 frames per second

void loop() {

checkDevice1();
checkDevice2();
checkDevice3();
checkDevice4();

delay(33); //**** 1000(millis)/30(frames) = 33

}

mistergreen: oh, I forgot the 30 frames per

Can you explain what on earth you are on about? And how this addresses the OP's question. Also what do you think the OP's question actually is.

Guys - see Reply #2. I reckon the OP has taken his ball and gone home.

...R