Overview This demonstration used an NI WLS 9234 to take acceleration data from an accelerometer mounted on the underside of the basketball rim and recorded the dunk using a USB camera.
.Description This example when a dunk occurred, the demo would record the vibrations and video from the dunk and display them on the screen allowing the user to select their in action 'game face' still frame. Finally, the demo determined the level of the dunk, played an appropriate sound, saved a screen shot of the front panel to disk, and had an option to email the results to the player.
The code itself demonstrates various techniques including buffered data acquisition, ring style video acquisition, software triggered video acquisition, an event based user interface, and few other smaller features such as playing sounds, taking screen shots, and sending emails
LabVIEW 2012 (or compatible)
NI Vision Acquisition Software 2012
DAQmx 12.0 or compatible
Steps to Implement or Execute Code
Open BBallD Demo.lvproj to access the main level VI and all required sub-VI's
Open the Main.vi
Use the Context Help to get more information about what each sub VI does
Additional Information or References Labview front panel
**This document has been updated to meet the current required format for the NI Code Exchange.**
Bobby Breyer Applications Engineer National Instruments