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Incongruous sightings of LabVIEW/NI

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Message 11 of 135
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A cake shop could probably make you an edible version of that.

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Message 12 of 135
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Tom Scott does all kinds of interesting things (his rants at the Computerphile channel are always fun - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL96C35uN7xGLux5q2c4P_IqbKF11-pfsR ).

 

Anyway, one of his recent videos was in a wind tunnel, where the LV program for the control system stands out easily - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0fViGU-Snc


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Message 13 of 135
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So one of the tech sites had a story about a machine playing the violin. The concept was not super unique (the most immediate example which came to mind was the Guitar Hero demo), but I figured I would give it a look - http://www.sethgoldsteinkineticsculptures.com/

 

The website isn't that great (each machine only has a small section), but then I did notice a familiar name in the description ("Computer control was provided by Randall Pursley"), so I looked at the linked video and sure enough:

 

 


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Message 14 of 135
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LabVIEW at MWC in Barcelona: German IT news (see picture in the last paragraph)

 

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2021 on Win10/11+cRIO
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Message 15 of 135
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Es gibt auch ein PXI-chassis im Hintergrund des ersten Foto, nicht wahr? 🙂

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Message 16 of 135
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Ja, es ist!

Putnam
Certified LabVIEW Developer

Senior Test Engineer North Shore Technology, Inc.
Currently using LV 2012-LabVIEW 2018, RT8.5


LabVIEW Champion



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Message 17 of 135
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I am a member of Sigma Pi Sigma so I get updates from Physics Today including job listings. I review them just to keep up but I found a interesting job listed...

 

A LabVIEW Developer.

 

This is the URL

 

http://jobs.physicstoday.org/jobs/6931737/labview-developer?dm_i=21FU,3913B,H9XCHI,BMXQ2,1

 

May be one of Y'all can make use of this info.

 

Otherwise take it as sign that LV has become a part of the physics world.

 

Ben

 

 

Retired Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile YouTube Channel
Message 18 of 135
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LV has been in the physics world for years. I know they use LabVIEW at the CERN supercollider to control the imaging. I doublt they do any math with it, tho, since most of CERN's math code was probably written 30 years ago in Fortran. Nothing really new happens in physics very often. Smiley Happy

PaulG.

LabVIEW versions 5.0 - 2020

“All programmers are optimists”
― Frederick P. Brooks Jr.
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Message 19 of 135
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@Ben wrote:

I am a member of Sigma Pi Sigma so I get updates from Physics Today including job listings. I review them just to keep up but I found a interesting job listed...

 

A LabVIEW Developer.

 

This is the URL

 

http://jobs.physicstoday.org/jobs/6931737/labview-developer?dm_i=21FU,3913B,H9XCHI,BMXQ2,1

 

May be one of Y'all can make use of this info.

 

Otherwise take it as sign that LV has become a part of the physics world.

 

Ben

 

 


"Document software, including requirements, design, code, user manuals, and online help"

 

That responsibility should narrow the field a bit 😛

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Message 20 of 135
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