SeisMac 2.0 Utility Released

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Date: Wednesday, February 28th, 2007, 09:09
Category: News

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Daniel Griscom has released SeisMac 2.0, a freeware Cocoa-based Mac OS X application that allows any Sudden Motion Sensor-equipped iBook, PowerBook G4, MacBook or MacBook Pro to record seismograph data. The program, which accesses these sensors, displays captured data in real time with three axis acceleration graphcs being displayed as SeisMac takes 200 data samples per second on each axis.
The new version of SeisMac includes the following changes:
-Pause the display to study an event
-Scroll back in time to see older data
-Time labels tell exactly when an event occurred
-Enlarge or contract the graph, both vertically and horizontally
-Copy, print or save the screen
-Adjust the sample rate from 10 to 500 samples per second
-”Out of Range” arrow appears when the graph goes off the screen
-Runs on non-SMS machines using test data
SeisMac 2.0 is a 287 kilobyte download and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run.


seismac2Screen.jpg
Daniel Griscom has released SeisMac 2.0, a freeware Cocoa-based Mac OS X application that allows any Sudden Motion Sensor-equipped iBook, PowerBook G4, MacBook or MacBook Pro to record seismograph data. The program, which accesses these sensors, displays captured data in real time with three axis acceleration graphcs being displayed as SeisMac takes 200 data samples per second on each axis.
The new version of SeisMac includes the following changes:
-Pause the display to study an event
-Scroll back in time to see older data
-Time labels tell exactly when an event occurred
-Enlarge or contract the graph, both vertically and horizontally
-Copy, print or save the screen
-Adjust the sample rate from 10 to 500 samples per second
-”Out of Range” arrow appears when the graph goes off the screen
-Runs on non-SMS machines using test data
SeisMac 2.0 is a 287 kilobyte download and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later to run.

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