The Arduino is not the only microcontroller that can connect to LabVIEW, some PIC18 microcontrollers also have that capability and the code is easy to write thanks to the MC18 USART library.
So you want to add a map interface to your VI? Nothing beats the Google Maps API and here is how to do it.
Want to learn about wireless control and robots? A LabVIEW VI was written to control an robot wirelessly with a XBee module, get the code here.
Want to learn about the SPI protocol, I/O expanders, LCDs and the SPI mc18 library? Check out this tutorial where we will show you how to drive the display on your pic 18 explorer board using all this knowledge.
Use the Arduino and a GPS receiver to get latitude and longitude data. This tutorial uses parallax’s PMB-648 GPS SiRF Internal Antenna to teach you about receivers and how to use them.
Continuing with the Arduino ADK series, in this tutorial we will make an app to receive data from the Arduino board and display it in a text box.
In this post I will give you the minimum code required to send information from your Android device to an Arduino ADK board.
It has been said that if you can blink an LED you can do anything. In this post we will show you how you can set up a simple framework for communication from your Android device to any thing that can be controlled with an Arduino, all via the internet.
Learn to use OpenCV with Android to take the discrete fourier transform of video in real time.
learn to use the wiichuck adapter sold by SparkFun to control a rotational servo with your wii’s chuck.