Posts tagged AMG8833
MATLAB Datalogger with Arduino

In this tutorial, MATLAB is introduced as an interface for data acquisition with an Arduino board. The Arduino, in this particular case, will communicate with a Windows computer via the serial port and send data from an Arduino-compatible sensor, which will subsequently be read by MATLAB through its serial communication library. Serial communication from hardware to MATLAB is very simple and requires only a few lines of code. I will also introduce a real-time analysis and plotting routine to visualize the Arduino data as it arrives in real time. This particular method of data analysis and visualization in real time is incredibly useful for engineers interested in experimentation where microcontrollers and sensors may be used, along with complex data acquisition systems.

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Heat Mapping with a 64-Pixel Infrared Detector (AMG8833), Raspberry Pi, and Python