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Author Topic: Saving Wacom Digitizer Data using Microcontroller  (Read 1854 times)
sholland91
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« on: February 11, 2013, 05:50:58 PM »

First off, thank you all for the amazing resource of information on this forum.

I am looking to build a drawing device that would allow me to capture and save my drawings without the need to be plugged into a computer. I am currently using a SU-13W02E-03A digitizer from ebay and I have built a usb cable adapter that works on my Windows 8 laptop.

I would like to use a microcontroller such as an Arduino or Teensy to capture the data from the digitizer and save it to an SD card. I would then make a program on Windows that would play back this data and could create a vector graphic.

My questions are the following:
- Is this feasible?
- Is an Arduino the correct device to use?
- Should I capture data from Serial or USB?

Thanks for the help!
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