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A real interactive multi-sensor and data visualization scanner with a sci-fi look and feel. This scanner has 9 modules: Solar, Geo, Weather, Audio, Gyro, Mag, GPS, Cam, and Device. Full HD graphics!
Now supports the NODE+ wireless sensor! Get it at http://www.variableinc.com/sciscanner. This external sensor has an infrared thermometer, climate sensor, ambient gas sensor (CO, CO2, etc), and color scanner, with more features getting added all the time.
Graphs the last 96 hours of solar wind plasma readings from the US ACE satellite and displays the most recent Solar X-ray. Measured parameters are Proton Density, Bulk Speed, and Ion Temperature.
Displays animated global satellite data from NASA on a 3D globe. Last 10 months of land surface temp, sea surface temp, vegetation index, and chlorophyll concentration.
Displays current meteorological conditions from closest weather station. Temperature, wind speed and direction, pressure, humidity, precipitation. Now displays real Mars weather and time!
AUDIO MODULE (requires low-latency hardware, experimental on Android)
Displays a spectrum readout of the microphone’s audio, as well as current dB levels and Hz frequency.
Displays device-relative magnetometer readings. Comes with a spheroid visualization and raw microtesla vector and total field data.
Displays WGS84-corrected coordinates on a 3D globe based on NASA satellite images. Zooms and rotates. Also displays readout of latitude, longitude, and altitude values and has a working compass.
Displays device attitude in real world space (3-axis bubble level). Includes gyro sphere pointing to world up and numerical data for world up vector.
Displays device data (unique ID, system memory, graphics memory, graphics API, OS, processor name, number of cores, device name).
CAM MODULE (experimental on Android)
Turns the scanner screen into a live movie feed. Also displays raw RGB levels of your phone’s camera.
Adds screen FX to simulate a CRT monitor. The noise and chromatic aberration effect tax the GPU, so “high Q” may not work on all phones.
Toggle computer beeps and scan hums.