For those of you that have played with the graphing feature in BlocklyProp - it's been my personal pet project since its inception, and I really want to make it something special.
Here's what's on my wish list - making a basic oscilloscope. I've tested the ability of the graphing engine in a web browser to redraw 1000 samples every 5 ms, which is more than fast enough on the computer/browser end (see example here
There is also a simple library written for the ADC on the Propeller Activity Board (ADC124S021) that can collect ~100 ksps for 4 channels... Not super high frequency, but enough for classroom/learning/basic use.
Here's what I would need - some Propeller C code that can use this library
(or a library of your own design) to send bursts of samples via the terminal. Ideally, you would set things like the trigger (none/rising/falling & threshold?), sample duration, and sample frequency (ie. sample for 2ms every 25 ms...)
The terminal in BlocklyProp can handle the full ASCII character set, so some sort of encoding scheme could be developed to transmit the samples to the computer very efficiently, and I can build all the the pieces for the browser, including blocks, settings, user interface, buttons, etc.
Anyone up for the challenge?