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Do you remember what initially sparked your interest in engineering?  It may have been a class, or a particular teacher.  Now is your chance to give back.  NI is sponsoring the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC).   FIRST strives to engage and inspire tomorrow’s engineers and scientists by providing an exciting and competitive robotics competition where students can learn math, science and engineering skills while also having fun. We need your help! Find out how you can share your LabVIEW expertise here.

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This wiki examines LabVIEW application development across groups of developers and provides recommendations for organizing and distributing code using tools such as the LabVIEW Project Explorer, Project Libraries and third-party source code control providers.  Read and edit the it here.

 

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This example VI is a variant on the old Tic Tac Toe game and includes low level computer intelligence to allow you to play against yourself or a friend.

 

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In the spirit of the Beijing Olympics, NI featured an interactive LabVIEW demonstration at NIWeek 2008 where competitors could compete in a video game reminiscent of the original Konami Track & Field series. Only this game was programmed using LabVIEW and the control interface utilizes the classic Nintendo Power Pad, a mat with twelve pressure-sensors embedded between two layers of flexible plastic. Check out the video here!