I juse got the Sensortile kit, and I would like to read (life) the output from the sensors using MATLAB. Is there a simple way to stream the data “life” to a MATLAB running on Windows or mac OS? How can I do that?
Thanks for the help!
Does it have to be wireless?
How about getting a STEVAL-STLKT01V1 - SensorTile development kit - STMicroelectronics and using a UART or USB connection?
BTW: I think you mean "live" rather than "life" ?
Thank you Andrew.
Well, that sounds an easy way to start with. But, ultimately I would like to use it wirelessly, as the sensor will be moving around.
and yes “live”! Thanks for the catch
Well the SensorTile is BLE - so you'd have to use that.
You'd have to ask Matlab what features they have for receiving from BLE.
AIUI, native Windows support for BLE doesn't start until Windows-10. Or was it 8?
But, whatever, it is certainly not in Win-7
According to Bluetooth Low Energy Overview (Windows Drivers) ,
Windows 8 introduces support for the Bluetooth Low Energy technology.
Whether it was complete and/or reliable at "introduction" is another matter ...
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I guess an alternative would be to have an app on a "mobile" device (tablet, phone) receive from the Tile, and then forward to your PC ...
Retrieving data ...