VSLab in lab

by cisterni 9. July 2008 19:02

Today has been the first try with Visual Studio Lab in a real laboratory. At "E. Piaggio" interdepartemental research center at University of Pisa we have interactively controlled a stepped motor of Aerotech (which is kind enough to provide a .NET class library) using F# interactive and VSLab. The idea is to instrument a research prototype for biomedical applications with Viewlets showing the state of a printer used for tissue reconstruction using cells.

 

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VSLab is a Visual Studio extension designed to support Visual Studio interaction from F# interactive. It is a Microsoft product developed at University of Pisa, by a team lead by Antonio Cisternino.

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