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We have written up a guide of how to get started with Android and Home Automation.

We hop it is helpful for your own project :)
The Arduino Yún is a WLAN capable development board featuring an ATMega microcontroller, as well as a separate chip running a small Linux distribution, making it a perfect candidate for home automation projects like in the picture above! This basic tutorial will show you how to communicate ...
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Fantastic stuff at the Google IO. Wondering how we can favor the games API for the OsciPrime :)
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Using the OsciPrime Android Application with the microphone input to measure physic experiments via photogate buzzer: Thank you Gary for this awesome demonstration!
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Hello everyone, join our humble community :)
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OsciPrime at ELCE Showcase

We had a great time at the ELCE showcase. Many interesting people and talks at our stand. Thanks everyone for visiting us!
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Android Application Update 31OCT12

The new OsciPrime update is out. Coolest feature is the Buffer Preview. Check it out on Google Play or on www.osciprime.com where you can find source and APK.

Also for our USB-OsciPrime users: we increased the space the signal uses in Y-direction in the workspace which makes it easier to inspect the data. Calibration you have already done will still work.

+ Fixed Nullpointer in Audio Source
+ Added Buffer Preview and Window
+ USB OsciPrime: Uses double the amount of Y-Space now
+ Added xxhdpi graphics
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We are working on a new update of the Android Application. Down the road we are going to implement the following feature:

- extended data logging into the devices RAM
- exporting of acquired data
- USB Low Frequency Support
- USB High Frequency Single-Channel Support (max 24 Msps/s)

Cool thing: We can do all that in software without requiring you to upgrade firmware on your OsciPrime USB Scope :)

The update is not going to be done instantly though and also some testing is required. Feel free to get in touch with us to receive a Beta version.

All the best
Manuel
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We had a fantastic time at the #droidcon in Berlin. Thanks you for attending our talk, we hope you enjoyed it! :)
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Hello everyone!

If you want to check out the OsciPrime at the Embedded World (and to see if it runs with your tablet/phone) then visit us at Booth 5-440.
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Talk at GDG Zürich, thanks to GTUG Zurich
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Getting started guide now available online

Hello everyone,

If you are so lucky that you have just received your OsciPrime hardware, then you should definitely check out our brand-new getting started guide on how to calibrate your scope etc.

http://osciprime.com/repo/osciprime_getting_started.pdf

Take care
Andreas
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Boards in Stock

The OsciPrime Hardware is now in stock. You can order it under http://www.osciprime.com.

Checkout out our "Getting Started" video as well: http://youtu.be/E4JYU0-UBYc.

Questions & Feedback as always welcome :)

All the best
Manuel
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OsciPrime is an Android Open Source Oscilloscope application that consists of a hardware front-end to measure Voltage as well as an Android oscilloscope application that connects via USB to the front-end, processes and displays the data gathered.
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