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    Default Is there any good linux laser control software?

    I have a laser and an etherdream 2 - are there any good Linux compatible laser control software?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by optonox View Post
    I have a laser and an etherdream 2 - are there any good Linux compatible laser control software?

    Thanks
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    I am working on porting LaserShowGen to Linux. It's not ready yet, but hopefully soon.

    There's also the openFrameworks and Pure Data visual programming platforms, which support some laser DACs, but they are only really suited for some tasks.

    EDIT: Done: https://bitlasers.com/lasershowgen-sw/
    Last edited by Grix; 11-22-2019 at 02:53.

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