here is the situation..
i have a finger sensor(flex/bend sensors) using IR LEDs, when bend there will be a voltage drop and that voltage now will be compared to a reference voltage using a comparator, that comparator now will output either 0.25v or 6.25v(depending on the voltage comparison, i think thats logic 0 or 1 in digital input), and that output will be the inputed to the analog pins of ARDUINO,
how will i program arduino that when 6.25v is read from the analog input, it will light an LED (LED = high) and if 0.25 nothing will happen..
actually i have a thesis that will make the output of arduino to be the input on VB.NET..
lets just say that youre 4 fingers(excluding the thumb, palm facing you) is not bend, i will assign it as 0000, (0=not bend, 1=bend) and when the pointing and middle finger is bend or 1100. i want to have an output like that on arduino..0000(no bend),0001(pinky finger bend),0010(ring finger bend) etc.. and i want that ouput to be fetch by a software that im going to make using VB.NET..
is it possible?..if so how?..
hoping for your reply T__T