LMR on an oscilloscope.
I used Chris Meighan's ScopeShapes program to drive my oscilloscope from my PC sound card.
The program was loaded with a DXF file created by Armin Müller's eleFont program.
This was a fun day!
Is my credibility at stake, here?
I just realized how easy it is to make that object "spin" around its "vertical axis". All you do is turn the X-axis amplitude way up, then down again, then inverse it, then back to zero and way up again, and again.
And again. sigh. kiss
I'm surprised I didn't say that that's not how I did it. The animation was all contained inteh DXF file. This was completely hands-off!
Very very cool indeed.
Looks a bit like the old Vectrex game-console that drew images by directly moving the displays beam.
If you're too young (or old) to remember a console that hit the market in 1982. Look it up -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vectrex
AND there was NO science involved. (Well, there was, but it was all done by other people. I did all the arty stuff.)
The question is: does it qualify for the challenge....?
How do you do this? - I'm O-scope challenged - what I have only has analog inputs - I take it the high quality oscopes you guys use can take samples inputs of digital files? Autocad files? They can read these in?
Very Artsy Boa!