This amazing device is an Android Bluetooth Oscillioscope. It’s base module driven by a dsPIC (Digital Signal Controller) for signal processing. After the signal is processed, an LMX9838 Bluetooth module broadcasts the data to the phone so a waveform is displayed. According to reports, when you port Python code used over a set of Java and XML files you can get the device to run on Android.

This allows the user not only to listen to music, but also enjoy waveform visual stimulation as well. We think it’s pretty cool. It’s definitely something that needs to be seen in order to appreciate. So, if you’re confused on what it is or what it does, check out the video link below and give us your thoughts.

[via HackaDay]


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