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A consumer manufacturing company needed to monitor up to 64 temperatures on their product to verify the product complied with UL standards.

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Impression 5 hands on science center in Lansing, MI had an exhibit that needed an upgrade. The exhibit consisted of firing a tennis ball with compressed air, with the goal of shooting the ball into a bucket a fixed distance away. The patron could select the angle at which the tennis ball was fired, and the pressure of an air tank upon firing by using a hand pump. A PC monitored the angle of the tennis ball and the air pressure of a tank, and displayed these measurements on a computer screen along with the flight trajectory for the angle and pressure. Impression 5 wanted to upgrade the computer graphics and use off the shelf hardware to make maintenance easier.

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An electronics manufacturer had a product that they were developing, which when promted, sent continuous eror data via the serial port. They were having problems reading the data because the data being sent was too numerous and too fast for a person to decipher.

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