One of my favorite feature in R2012a is the Simulink Support for Target Hardware.
Personally, I use it for many purposes. I use the Arduino target to control my homemade sous-vide cooking system and I use the LEGO target to teach Simulink and Model-Based Design.
What about you?
To see how students are using this feature and connecting Simulink to hardware, we are are happy to announce the Simulink Student Challenge: Targeting Hardware
As explained by Seth and Jason, we offer you the possibility to win up to $500 by sharing videos showing how you are connecting Simulink to hardware!
How to participate
To enter all you need to do is:
We can’t wait to see your entries!
Now it's your turn
Are you going to enter the challenge? Do you have what it takes to win the prize? Leave a comment here and tell us about it.
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As I understand the contest is over and there should be a list of winners. Unfortunately I can’t find any update about this. :( Anything new so far?
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