We bring to your attention an alternative version of the tactile development of the BEEPTOOLKIT, when a developer can create code to control executive loads with a few taps on the Touchscreen.
These are sequential combinations of 16 channels, where each button generates an output binary logic code for 16 ports.
In this case, all entered commands are automatically saved in real time, including the time of transition from one command to another. The recording time with this prototyping method is limited by the size of your hard drive.
For example, if the script is 1 minute long, the size of the configuration file (* .wav) will be 2 MB.
The configurator panel settings allow you to set the number of your cycles and the break times.
While this version of offline programming does not guarantee high precision timing interruptions, it may well find use in systems where operators of certain devices can perform haptic training during their normal work.
Here we demonstrate tactile programming and the finished result in work:
This is how the tactile command configurator toolbar looks like.
Each module contains a loop counter, with which we can adjust the playback time of the source code.
The source code of the script is saved automatically after pressing the END button. Configuration files are saved in * .wav format and, unlike the first encoding in the * .txt format variant, editing of such configurations is impossible.
Use the Play command to run the programmed script.
The platform provides the ability to use cyclical repetitions of scripts, automatic start and end.
How it work