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sholland91
02-15-2013, 03:44 PM
Hello, I am new to Teensy and have limited knowledge in programming with Arduino. I am working on a project to be able to use a Wacom digitizer an input device that stores data locally. Ideally, I want to create an image file from the wacom input data, but for now storing the data would be fine.

The digitizer would connect to the Teensy, which stores the raw USB data to an SD card. When the Teensy is plugged into the computer, I want to be able to "dump" the data and essentially play it back. This would enable me to draw on a digitizer pad and load the drawing later on my computer.

Is this feasible? can somebody point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

Nantonos
02-15-2013, 07:17 PM
It is not yet feasible, because you want the Teensy to act as a USB host. That functionality is planned, but not yet implemented.

sholland91
02-15-2013, 07:21 PM
It is not yet feasible, because you want the Teensy to act as a USB host. That functionality is planned, but not yet implemented.

So would an Arduino MEGA ADK work? It has a USB Otg built in

Nantonos
02-15-2013, 08:38 PM
Probably. The DUE is another option. There is also a USB host shield which can be plugged into Uno-style boartds or used with Teensy 2/++2 via jumper wires.