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  1. These attractors show sensitive dependence on initial conditions so it shouldn't be to far of a stretch to call it inadvertently generated. Part of my collection of computer generated art I have done in LabVIEW.
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  2. Poll added. BTW. This is the exact format of StackOverflow.
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  3. My best friend runs the Large Scale Systems Museum in New Kensington, PA. I should have posted this last week when I received it but better late then never. If your in the area feel free to stop by. Most of you have heard of the Large Scale Systems Museum, a public museum in the Pittsburgh area that is focused on minicomputers, mainframes, and supercomputers. LSSM opened its doors to the public for the first time in October of 2015, coinciding with a city-wide festival. We have been doing tours by appointment since then, averaging 3-4 tours per month. On April 30
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  4. Here is some rhetorical response: Scan with what element? I presume you mean the color sensor thing? So do you intend that the sensor will move in relation to the barcode (like down the linear axis of the lined barcode? Or do you have a camera in your system somehow? What is the formatting of the code you wish to read? There are many different encoding schemes of linear bar codes. Its important to know which scheme the code you intend to read is encoded using. I would think that at a minimum, one could find the spec for the encoding you wish to read, and write code to decipher
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  5. If you answer why you haven't visited in 2 years then that will probably be the answer you seek. Not sure what you mean by "cool" discussions. If you mean things like LVOOP then, personally, I don't think it has anything to do with LavaG being past it. LabVIEW stagnated over 5 years ago and all the subjects have been talked to death and everyone has written and debugged their frameworks (as they were in other languages 10 years before that). There were really only a handful of contributors (AQ, Daklu, Shoneill .... and now I'm struggling) and the only one that still visits to contribute i
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  6. On NI Forums I give help, on LAVA I seek help. I post a lot less than before but I still have a look at all the new topics and read those that relate to what I do. Very often when I - or someone around me - has a LabVIEW related question, I remember of a topic I saw on LAVA and give the link, the amount of great advice/help available on LAVA is huge. Couldn't live without it!
    1 point
  7. LAVA is still my number one place to go find answers. I am more of a lurker though... I would be very sad if LAVA were to disappear. LAVA needs to stay.
    1 point
  8. I got that too in Chrome. Thought to wait and see again later. Still an issue, So decided to clean my cache and voila!
    1 point
  9. Freelance/consultancy help needed at our Southern California location. I have a project where I need to take an existing LabVIEW solution and adapt it to make the application FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant. The application is a machine vision solution using the Vision Development Module. The vision part is working well and doesn't need to be replaced. The system uses machine vision to inspect pharmaceutical injection components. I'm looking for an engineer with experience in developing, qualifying and validating Part 11-compliant systems, including the addition of audit trail and
    1 point


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