Our campaign has been around now for about five weeks and we are getting lots of great questions! Read the full update.
The title above makes it sound like we're working with ET! But in reality, DAQiFi Nyquist 1 is helping the Colorado School of Mines in Golden develop processes to extract resources from extraterrestrial bodies such as meteorites. See below for more information, including a short video! Read the full update.
We’ve had several questions regarding when our code will appear on GitHub. The answer is "now!" Go to https://github.com/daqifi, and you will find our Java API and our Windows desktop application. More details below! Read the full update.
In previous updates, you’ve seen the DAQiFi team emphasize our goal of making data acquisition a tool, not a chore. You want data acquisition to help achieve a project outcome, not create a huge part of the project’s work! So in keeping with this goal, what programming tool could be better than Node-RED for Nyquist to work with? Read the full update.
As we continue with our campaign, we thought you might like to hear about some of the interesting places where DAQiFi Nyquist 1 is doing its job. Read the full update.
We are excited to announce that crowdfunding has begun for DAQiFi Nyquist 1, our open-source data-acquisition (DAQ) device with built-in Wi-Fi and a Li-Ion battery. Nyquist 1 provides versatile measurements for a variety of applications. Stream data to your PC, tablet, or smartphone with free, open-source client software. For advanced sensing and control applications, Nyquist 1 is compatible with Node-RED, LabVIEW, and Wolfram Mathematica. Come check it out! Read the full update.