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pressure pattern in labview

Hello,

 

For a project on our school, I have to display a pressure pattern of a person. For this pattern I have to use many pressure sensors.

The voltages of these sensor are the input in labview.

 

At this moment I only use 16 sensors. I translate the different voltages in a hex RGB code. 

Then I use an array of color boxes to show the colors.

 

In the future the amount of sensors becomes much higher. So I doubt if this is the wright solution for this problem.

So I want to ask for your opinion.

 

Greetings,

Frank

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Try the Intensity Graph 😉

 

If your sensor array is in a regular shape an two dimensonal array  to store and handle the values is the 'natural' format.

If you start programming just keep in mind that the size of your array will change.

 

 

Greetings from Germany
Henrik

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