I am using labview 8.5 and I see that Labview has the hability to connect through TCPIP protocol. I wonder if anyone has been able to develop an internet HMI? At least that is what I have tried to do but haven't been successfull. If you have any ideas on how to create an VI for control through the internet, thanks in advance. Also I would like to know if Labview has a toolkit for developing inverse and direct kinematics for robotics arms and where I can find it or how much it costs. thanks.
They introduced some new technology in LabVIEW 8.6 that allows for LabVIEW to communicate over the web. This is not available to you since you are using LV 8.5 FRC. This is a link to a video about the topic: LabVIEW Web Services
Previous to LV 8.6 the technology that was used it known as NI LabVIEW Remote Panels. This is available but cost extra money per license. It allows for:
Here is a link
If you have general LabVIEW questions not related to FRC, I suggest that you post to the appropraite forum at http://forums.ni.com/ni/
For FRC, you effect communication between a computer and the code running on your cRIO with the DriverStation VIs. See the LabVIEW FRC Help document and the Dashboard project for some more information on how these VIs are used.