AndroView PRO + LabView VI

AndroView PRO + LabView VI


The sensorial power of Android devices is quite striking to many programmers platform, which makes the devices are strong tools aligned with other development tools that may use the data generated by these sensors for other purposes outside of the apparatus. The LabView software allows various software development by creating a kind of flow chart where the programmer develops the whole logic of its new software through logic blocks.

The AndroView Bluetooth was developed to make communication between the Android device and a computer with LabView where, quite simply, the user has access to the values ​​generated by sensors and processed to facilitate algebraic manipulation. With these values ​​becomes very easy to develop various applications, since the LabView also allows the programmer to develop even the graphic interface of the application.

To use the Bluetooth AndroView is quite simple quote the steps for using the LabView VI Sample:

1 - Start the file. VI sample, and press the "run" of LabView to start execution.

2 - Open AndroView Bluetooth on your Android device, enter the identification name of your computer (available in LabView VI) and press the connect button.

3 - The values ​​obtained by the sensors of your device will be sent to the LabView via Bluetooth.
It is noteworthy that the devices must be paired previously. To pair your devices, including the settings of your device and select Bluetooth. The LabView VI Free sample is available at:
http://www.heightdev.com/en?p=androview

The AndroView Bluetooth allows connection via Bluetooth between LabView and your Android device, sending data:
- Accelerometer
- Magnetic Field Sensor
- Light Sensor
- Proximity sensor
- Pressure Sensor
- Orientation Sensor
- Gyroscope
- Area playable
... as a string to be processed by LabView.

Simple and efficient for your projects!

Users who purchased the PRO Bluetooth AndroView have access to all sensors and can also download the Premium LabView VI, which is a refined and more complete example of what you can do with the data received by LabView, which is a start- up to developing higher level applications.

Permissions necessary for the operation of Bluetooth AndroView

THIS APPLICATION HAS ACCESS TO:

COMMUNICATION NETWORK
Pair with BLUETOOTH DEVICES: Allows connection of the Android device with the computer.
TOTAL ACCESS NETWORK: Enables the display of banners.
TOOLS SYSTEM
BLUETOOTH ACCESS SETTINGS: Allows the application to make sure Bluetooth is enabled or not.
COMMUNICATION NETWORK
VIEW NETWORK CONNECTIONS: Allows the application to check for internet connection for the display of banners.

More information on:
http://www.felipeporge.com or [email protected]

Recent changes:
v2.4
* Optimizations and some design changes
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About AndroView PRO + LabView VI
The sensorial power of Android devices is quite striking to many programmers platform, which makes the devices are strong tools aligned with other development tools that may use the data generated by these sensors for other purposes outside of the apparatus. The LabView software allows various software development by creating a kind of flow chart where the programmer develops the whole logic of its new software through logic blocks.

The AndroView Bluetooth was developed to make communication between the Android device and a computer with LabView where, quite simply, the user has access to the values ​​generated by sensors and processed to facilitate algebraic manipulation. With these values ​​becomes very easy to develop various applications, since the LabView also allows the programmer to develop even the graphic interface of the application.

To use the Bluetooth AndroView is quite simple quote the steps for using the LabView VI Sample:

1 - Start the file. VI sample, and press the "run" of LabView to start execution.

2 - Open AndroView Bluetooth on your Android device, enter the identification name of your computer (available in LabView VI) and press the connect button.

3 - The values ​​obtained by the sensors of your device will be sent to the LabView via Bluetooth.
It is noteworthy that the devices must be paired previously. To pair your devices, including the settings of your device and select Bluetooth. The LabView VI Free sample is available at:
http://www.heightdev.com/en?p=androview

The AndroView Bluetooth allows connection via Bluetooth between LabView and your Android device, sending data:
- Accelerometer
- Magnetic Field Sensor
- Light Sensor
- Proximity sensor
- Pressure Sensor
- Orientation Sensor
- Gyroscope
- Area playable
... as a string to be processed by LabView.

Simple and efficient for your projects!

Users who purchased the PRO Bluetooth AndroView have access to all sensors and can also download the Premium LabView VI, which is a refined and more complete example of what you can do with the data received by LabView, which is a start- up to developing higher level applications.

Permissions necessary for the operation of Bluetooth AndroView

THIS APPLICATION HAS ACCESS TO:

COMMUNICATION NETWORK
Pair with BLUETOOTH DEVICES: Allows connection of the Android device with the computer.
TOTAL ACCESS NETWORK: Enables the display of banners.
TOOLS SYSTEM
BLUETOOTH ACCESS SETTINGS: Allows the application to make sure Bluetooth is enabled or not.
COMMUNICATION NETWORK
VIEW NETWORK CONNECTIONS: Allows the application to check for internet connection for the display of banners.

More information on:
http://www.felipeporge.com or [email protected]

Recent changes:
v2.4
* Optimizations and some design changes

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A Google User
Apr 17, 2014
Great app! This app is really easy to use, connected immediately to my laptop via a USB Bluetooth receiver (the type one would buy from Amazon). The VI is well coded, and the app is nice and simple to use. Very good work. Only criticism, there's not enough precision on the data (specifically the accelerometer values). They are only able to take integer values using this app, which (in my opinion and for my application) limits the usability of the app somewhat. Hopefully this can be updated soon, as it would be one of the best apps I've downloaded for the price.
A Google User
Jun 23, 2013
Precision Only integer values. Nice concept.