Benchtool UI Demo 01 July 2013 on prototyping, benchtester, quickui Here is a sample of the Benchtool UI: This is a simulated view, I'm using my QuickUI library with the VNC driver and the Java window manager library. Inputs are being simulated - it's not talking to any real hardware at this stage. It's not exactly the prettiest UI around but it's functional enough to be useful. A lot of the look and feel can be changed by updating some static icon images and the palette. The interface is touch driven so you won't see a mouse cursor. It gives you the option to save the current samples (the floppy disk icon), record data (the circle icon) and the ability to see the high sample rate values (touch the channel graph in the summary view). Although there is a 'Settings' screen it doesn't do much at the moment. I'm expecting the UI to change a bit over time as I implement the system in hardware and get a better feel for the timings involved but I don't think the general layout is going to change that much. A description of the architecture of the software and how the various components interact will be coming up in a future post.