2 unstable releases

0.2.0 Jan 3, 2023
0.1.0 Jan 27, 2021

#27 in #dac

40 downloads per month
Used in helios-dac

MIT license

10K SLoC

C 7K SLoC // 0.4% comments C++ 2K SLoC // 0.1% comments Visual Studio Project 643 SLoC C# 414 SLoC // 0.2% comments Visual Studio Solution 149 SLoC Prolog 72 SLoC Python 62 SLoC // 0.3% comments Rust 39 SLoC Batch 22 SLoC

Contains (static library, 3MB) libarm_cortexM4l_math.a, (static library, 1.5MB) libusb-1.0-win32.lib, (static library, 2MB) libusb-1.0.lib, (static library, 1MB) libusb-1.0.lib, (DOS exe, 720KB) bossac.exe, (Windows DLL, 485KB) sdk/sdk/HeliosLaserDAC-x64.dll and 15 more.


A Rust library to interact with the Helios Laser DAC.

DISCLAIMER: I have not properly tested this with a real laser. Be careful as Lasers may harm your eyes when used improperly.

Wrapper for the official sdk as well as a native rust implementation of the protocol.

Disclaimer: Because of compilation issues on my main machine I could not test the sdk version against the dac. I've made sure it compiles, but my focus is on the rust native version.


helios-dac = "0.1"

To use the rust version instead of the offical sdk use the native feature and disable default features:

helios-dac = { version = "0.1", default-features = false, features = ["native"] }


To build the sdk version you can use the Makefile. It will spin up a docker container with the required build dependencies.

No runtime deps