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PBR OSCILLOSCOPE with built in animation & SFX





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Hey - that's pretty cool.  Smile



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This will be quite useful indeed.


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That looks pretty cool, A observation (Sorry I'm an electronic tech) but the signal you have is for a heart monitor a Oscilloscope would be more sine wave or square wave type stuff. ( Although it could return a heart like wave it wouldn't be typical )  

Here is an example of Square wave Oscilloscope wave forms Oscilloscope Wave forms
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paulg625 (9/11/2017)
That looks pretty cool, A observation (Sorry I'm an electronic tech) but the signal you have is for a heart monitor a Oscilloscope would be more sine wave or square wave type stuff. ( Although it could return a heart like wave it wouldn't be typical )  

Here is an example of Square wave Oscilloscope wave forms Oscilloscope Wave forms


You can put any video you want on the screen - I placed the one I made from recording an EKG monitor (I don't have an oscilloscope to capture the vid from to create a video).



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justaviking (9/11/2017)
Hey - that's pretty cool.  Smile

Thanks, Viking!



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animagic (9/11/2017)
This will be quite useful indeed.

Thanks!!!





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