The Audio Toolkit enables cost effective data acquisition with sound cards. Additional sound card specific functions can also be used.
An example for the application of the audio toolkit could be a sound analysis for a gear test standard. Clients have however also created a density analysis for pipelines. With that application, an OnBoard-Soundchip from a PC104 was used for data acquisition.
The Video Toolkit demonstrates in its basic functionality an IMAQ-compatible interface for video grabber cards (For example, Hauppauge WinTV). Moreover, video data can be continously streamed or individually captured, shown, saved, and analyzed.
A typical application for the video toolkit in semiconductor production is component identification with sample recognition algorithms including location recognition and co-planarity.