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  1. Hi, I recently wrote a program that runs on the AD2 to close the loop on a system I am controlling. My problem now is that I will have a person unfamiliar with coding using this. I was wondering if there were options for creating a simple GUI to control inputs into my script. Like polling from a slidebar the frequency of a sine wave, I use in the script or test windows. I am particularly looking at the StaticIO but it seems to be limited to only the digital I/O pins. If it is not available thru Waveforms Beta will the SDK be able to do something like this? Are there any previous posts (i could not find any) or examples you might have on this? Thanks, Ryne
  2. Hello! My task is creation of real-time system which can draw simple graphics figure on monitor (VGA) when the system register input pulse. The main difficulty is to draw this image only once (for measuring man's reaction time: time between image drawing and the button pressing). I think it'll possible to use FPGA to register input pulse and to generate VGA signal with required parameters. But I don't undestand can the ONLY ONE image frame be drawn at input pulse interrupting or not? The main task is to minimize time delays and in this case I can't use the standart solutions. For example, using Raspberry Pi or a similar device is accompanied by the necessary of screen refreshing and image drawing binding. This adds a random time delay from 0ms (if the screen refresh time coincides with time of input external pulse which starts drawing figures) to 1/60Hz=16.7ms. I need your advices or suggestions. Thanks!