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  1. So, I am seeing issues with the time functions. See Snippet: The output of Get Date/Time in Seconds shows the correct time according to the timezone set on the Raspberry Pi. But, the Seconds to Date/Time and the Date/Time to Seconds seems to interpret the time input as UTC regardless of how the to UTC flag is set. I want the Cluster of time elements be in my timezone as well. Is the only way to handle this to manually correct for the timezone offset? I can get the timezone offset through a python script so it is possible to do as a workaround. But these functions don't se
  2. New Toolkit : OpenCV wrapper for Raspberry Pi (LinuxRT) for LabVIEW Great ! learning platform student and maker for learning machine vision application with LabVIEW. It's working with LabVIEW Home 2014 edition and required LINX 3.0 toolkit. You can run NI-VISION toolkit with Raspberry Pi board too. 1.QwaveCameraCV is a LabVIEW Camera Driver library for Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+ (LinuxRT) https://github.com/QWaveSystems/QwaveCameraCV 2.QwaveOpenCV is OpenCV wrapper functions for LabVIEW for Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+ (LinuxRT) https://github.com/QWaveSystems/
  3. I am making a project in which i will be taking input from raspberry pi then transfroming single input into string of differnet inputs like voltage ,current, frequency. so how can i transform input that i will be taking from single pin of raspberrypi to voltage,current and frequency
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