Cooking Physical Computing Applications
“Here is the interesting part, this is like an Electric Fuzzy Logic Japanese Induction Rice Cooker for Creating Custom Process Control Solutions and Data Acquisition for R&D. An Electronic Spinal Cord, a Robotics Reflex System can be developed.” – delabs
“The AWC GP3 board gives your PC an easy way to read digital and analog quantities. It also allows your PC to send digital and analog signals to control the outside world.”
The GP3 makes physical computing simple and inexpensive. Gambas is an excellent rapid development tool with many modern features (object oriented features, component architecture, and built-in debugging). Together, you can easily and rapidly build embedded Linux applications.
The GP-3 is a low-cost very versatile interface that connects your PC to the outside analog and digital world. You can use this board in two different ways. First, you can connect it to your PC via an RS232 port or a USB port and use the programming language of your choice to sense and control the real world.