NIDAQ Programs for Controlling Electronic Music Devices
NIDAQ stands for "National Instruments Digital Acquisition" card.
This page lists programs for controlling sensors in Windows 95 where
sensor data enters the computer via the National Instruments
AT-MIO-16E digital acquisition card.
This is an add-on card to a computer which converts analog voltages
into digital values to be processed on the computer.
- Balance a virtual stick,
where you control the position of the bottom of the stick with
- Multi-channel display of data input coming from the NIDAQ card.
- takes one streams of input data from the NIDAQ and converts it
to pitch control for output to a MIDI synthesizer.
- takes two streams of input data from the NIDAQ and converts them
to pitch and volume control signals for output to a MIDI