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Good morning Kurt,Thanks a lot for those explanations. They make it quite clear and I feel much better at how to use the whole Visuino concept in this matter.Have a good day.
Good morning, Could you please be kind to further explain some points:- The Sine Generator: what are the values provided in the 'Amplitude' (Volts ? why 0,5 ?) 'Frequency (what units ? the 1 stands for what frequency ?), 'Offset' ( what is this for ?)- The Out pin of the SinGenerator goes IN the LCD, ok. But why does the OUT pins pf this LCD goes into the IN pins of the Uno ? Usually these Uno pins are OUTputs for an LCD …? Thanks for the explanations, because IMHO those Visuino projects are attractive but have usually hardly any explanations.Have a good day.
Dear Mr MitovThis video is great but it really lacks a minimum of explanations. Nobody knows what the result you want to achieve is ! just showing how easy it is to pile up elements. Indeed it shows the Visuino is powerful and very helpful but clearly it needs, by all Gods, some explanations. Showing in 4,53 mn what you do is in no way helpful to understand how it works and how to use it, train with it and finally improve. How sad ! your readers are not engineers who have spent weeks developing the Visuino concept, but ordinary people trying to learn the Arduino world with the aid of your Visuino system.I have the 30 days license but Ifeel I will only have time to regret the vision is a hidden techie good concept which just forgot who are its commercial target...
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