A new article from Embedded Lab first reviews the basic features of the Ready for PIC board and then demonstrates how to write a PC application in Processing (an open source programming language) to communicate with the board through the on-board USB-UART module.

A compact and straightforward article examins the features of Ready for PIC board, makes a brief introduction to Processing language, and guides us through making a simple clock application that displays time using Serial 7-Seg 8-Digit Board. If you are interested in such topic, you may find all the source codes for mikroC PRO for PIC and Processing on the author’s website.

Ready for PIC board talks to 'Processing'
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