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Welcome to the PiXCL 19 Forum

Post by admin » Mon Mar 25, 2019 7:18 am

PiXCL 19 Imaging Sensor Control Suite, or ICS, was released 01 March 2019, and requires Windows 10. Now with over 980 commands and operators, it's a major update from PiXCL 10 AIS Community Edition. There's around 200 new commands that provide
  • support for any recent webcam or USB camera to display video streams and capture still frames and video sequences.
  • 2D raw image import/decode from Nikon .NEF, Canon .CR2, Sony .ARW, Olympus .ORF and any .GIF image, exportable in all the commonly used images formats.
  • QR code image creation and decoding (text content only)
  • Cryptography command set
  • 2D array support (string, integer, float, integer64 and double)
  • 1D and 2D support in the Extension Command API
  • more modern user interface options and much more.
The major update is complete command support for the USB Decaf LCD and IO Controller boards. This allows a PiXCL app to connect to any number of USB Decaf boards that provide control output and sensor (digital and analog) inputs. Decaf LCD boards and have control and sensor I/O, and can display local display of a user interface.

We have big plans for PiXCL 19 and the Decaf board series, and developing interesting and useful new sensors. For example ...
  • We have Decaf LCD boards in development running an RTOS, with PiXCLe, a subset of PiXCL. These boards are still USB HIDs and will be 100% compatible with the "plain" USB boards, which can be upgraded if desired.
  • Decaf IOC Sensor Platforms provide the more technical user/maker with a fully functional licenced USB device with a sensor breadboard area, and full HID command support.
  • Bigger high-definition LCDs with more powerful controller CPUs.
  • Formal documented Decaf series support for Android, Mac and Linux hosts.
Look around the forum and ask questions. PiXCL staff monitor all the forums and are experts in the technologies: we are here to help.
Stewart (Admin) @ pixcl

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