Since I have made this as simple as possible, all you have to do now is go to the page you pasted my processing code and press Sketch then press Run. ...
Oscilloscopes are all so EXPENSIVE! So one day, December 4, 2011, I was thinking of something to do because I was bored and had done all of my schoolwork. I decided, because I have been wanting an Oscope (Oscilloscope) for a year now, but my parents never got around to buying me one, I just made one! With that said, being only 14 in 8th grade, I do not make much of an allowance, if not any. I thought that maybe sharing this with the world would be helpful for those, like me, do not either make much money or have a tough budget. Although I may have a simple Oscope, it does the job. Please read all of the instructions first.
Step 1: Supplies
There are not many supplies needed to build this Oscope, but you will need the following: an Arduino (any kind will work), a computer (just to program one thing and to see your Oscope, you will not need to use it for this project forever), and two jumper cables.
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