Want to have some LabVIEW fun? A few months ago, Davis Cook (dacook13) did a series of Instructables on using LabVIEW with Digilent products, and we thought it was a good time to revisit!
The first project is a basic tutorial on how to connect the a ADLX345 Accelerometer IC (found on the PmodACL) to LabVIEW, while the second explores how to filter out undesirable noise from those accelerometer readings. To do these projects, you’ll need a chipKIT Max32, a breadboard, a PmodACL, as well as a couple of optional items (depending on whether you want to build a base/platform). You’ll also need LabVIEW and LINX.
This is a great set of projects to learn the basics of LabVIEW and filtering, and there are plenty of ways to use them. Let us know what you think!