“Technology is a way of organizing the universe so that man doesn't have to experience it.” - Max Frisch
Stick Man Program
Here is a Stick Man program. You may be asking your self, why would I need a Stick Man program, the answer to that is you don't. But you may be looking for a way to draw some images with LabVIEW. Looking at how I made the Stick Man program might give you some ideas oh how to accomplish this task.
Stick Man.exe Compiled Windows Binary
Source\Draw Arms.vi Sub-VI which draws the arms to the stick man.
Source\Draw Head.vi Sub-VI which draws the head to the stick man.
Source\Draw Legs.vi Sub-VI which draws the legs to the stick man.
Source\Main.vi Main VI which draws a moving stick man.
Download the zip file and extract it. If you don't have the LabVIEW 7.1 Run-time Engine you must download and install it before you will be able to run the executable. The zip also contains the souce code.
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