Ever wished to view or share your real life objects from all sides on your big screens ? In normal images, we can only view a part of the the image from a specific angle. Virtual 3-D images provide an amazing experience of sharing and viewing objects and products.
This software code helps you to make required software to capture the minimum number of required images and view your object on computer from all sides.
Find the complete tutorial here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Virtual-3D-Imaging/?ALLSTEPS
You can even export the viewing code to make an executable file for Windows as well as Linux and share it with your friends. Thus, you can share your 3-D images with your friends instead of the usual image which let you see only a part of an object. This can be useful in sharing what you make, even small products for digital advertisements.
Every Arduino project needs to be made presentable. The Serial Monitor of the Arduino IDE is quite user-friendly for the programmer but what if someone wants to send String data to Serial port who is not used to the Arduino environment ? Even when we submit our project, we want a good GUI instead of the IDE itself. This makes our project usable by all, even if the user doesn’t has programming experience.
It is designed to run on Windows 32bit. But it can be made to run on Windows 64, Linux 32 and 64 as well as Mac OS X using the Processing IDE.
Its Open Source!
Processing and Arduino often make a good combination for a totally open source IoT project. So, I decided to make a software that sends String data to Serial Ports. Arduino can read Serial data by the command:
The github files and code can be download from https://github.com/svr8/StringToSerial
The direct “.exe” file can be downloaded from http://www.mediafire.com/download/5qsfq1m95sd6nsi/application.windows32.rar
PS: This is my first Open Source Software! 😀