Design Contest

XY-Plotter

Mad Dash for Flash Cash 2002 – Honorable Mentions

Robert Lacoste, France

The XY-Plotter is an autonomous analog-like display with two main x and y inputs. It continuously scans the two inputs and displays them on a real-time x-y graph with configurable modes. Both analog and digital auxiliary inputs allow the plotter to display configurable information on the screen. An RS-232 port is provided in order to dump hard copies of the screen to a host computer. A PIC18F252 manages everything in real time, including the LCD pixel generation.

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