This program I have wrote in Processing is designed to simulate the input and output from an Arduino Board circuit.
In a module at University (Sound and Light) we hook up this board to a computer and use various wires, buttons, potentiometers and LEDs, etc.
On the computer we write programming code to decide what to do with the various inputs and outputs, such as two buttons turning two LEDs on, but if both are pressed nothing happens.
To the program, the point in it, is that I found that the circuits sometimes it was hard to get something to work, or you didn't do something right, but I wanted to write code in a way I wouldn't have to worry about connections until I made the circuit itself
So I made this little program to do just that, I can write the code and see instant output in real time.
If requested I can make the program available for others to use, it doesn't implement every feature of Arduino but does include several
You can download this program here if you play Minecraft or know someone who does, they may find it useful.
This is a top-down cross-section style program for designing or creating an area of minecraft, then you can light up the map as you wish and in Real Time.
This is helpful if you are creating a village or such, if you want no monsters to spawn within.
To help, there are 4 buttons:
- Lighting which shows numbers of the light level.
- Monsters, which states that a monster could spawn on top of the block being viewed.
- Square mode draws a square when you click twice, with the item active; this includes Air or the Eraser.
- Finally is Tower mode, which can be combined with Square mode; will create the item active from the height clicked and to the top.
I hope people get use out of the program, it was made for a University Module but was in development before that.