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    4dSystems Applications YouTube

    http://www.dontronics-shop.com/pages.php?pageid=59
    This page is used to video showcase 4dSystems products on YouTube, and to encourage new videos.
    Hopefully this will create some competitiveness between users reaching out for their cameras and posting their latest animation/software creations on YouTube. It is also a great way for people to explain their problems and even show what their setup is etc. Instead of writing pages of text of explanations. Just film it and post it.

    Don...
    Don McKenzie

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    Thanks Don, I'm looking forward to it all.
    Atilla

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    • #3


      Another new one from the same man

      22-March-2007
      Username: smcmanus
      Description: Test of ultra-sonic sensor linked to an OLED display from 4DSystems to produce a radar-like display of what's in front of the robot. A wireless camera on the robot transmits the image to an LCD monitor. The first part of the video shows the test setup in operation and the second part shows the captured video from the base station. I'm using a uOLED 160 x 128 !MB display for the "radar" screen. Search Tags: 4DSystems uOLED OLED display robot radar ultra-sonic Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfxgegKY-80[/video]]

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      Don McKenzie

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      • #4


        http://www.youtube.com/v/PRKrO5bnaXg&hl=nl

        uOLED-32028-PMD3T

        I2C bus connection to

        PCF8574
        8 output driver, 2 leds switched on/off trough the toughtscreen

        PCF8591
        4 chan ANALOG 8bit input, two channels measured
        one displayed as dec number, the second as analog multi-color bargraph

        ps: GSM is bad for video sorry
        µLCD-70DT & Arduino DUE

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        • #5


          http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=de8oUJUybNE

          25 BMP's give a nice bargraph
          analog input PCF8591 I2C
          Speed is very good.
          µLCD-70DT & Arduino DUE

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          • #6


            http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=GxMgIirqy90

            many bmp creating hours
            µLCD-70DT & Arduino DUE

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            • #7


              I've posted my applications here http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?t=39569

              The youtube video is pointed to within that post.

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              • #8


                Hello everybody,

                A new video on Youtube with 4D Systeme

                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGFnNt1LYtQ[/video]]

                It's a GPS made with µLCD 320-PMD2 and a ET312. A PIC16F876 supervice the process. It's my first funny application with screen of 4D Systems. The next one will be a GSM with touch screen ( µOled 32028-P1T).

                Comming soon B-)

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                • #9


                  That GPS is awesome

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                  • #10


                    My last video showing 4DGL in an electric motorcycle application
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-gTQQ8D6A5A[/video]]
                    See my blog at : www.motoelectrique.unblog.fr

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                    • #11


                      pretty awesome motorcycle application .
                      Bradley Gibson

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                      • #12


                        A new movie from a old project @ 1080P HD
                        http://youtu.be/Kda0y-0q9xE[/video]]

                        uOLED-32028-PMD3T

                        I2C bus connection to PCF8591.
                        potmeter driven analog multi-color bargraph.
                        µLCD-70DT & Arduino DUE

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