This article shows you step by step how to configure the Microsoft Visual C++ for developing Maglev applications in a Windows environment.
The Maglev control box and the the client computer are connected via Ethernet. To allow controllers to run at 1 kHz or faster, this connection needs to be reasonably fast. There are two simple ways to test connection speed:
This article describes how the basic MagLev API directory structure should look like.
This article will discuss how to use a pair of maglev haptic devices for two-handed haptics.
This article talks about the various gravity functions and how to use them.
There are two maglev API commands that are not present in any other haptic device. They are ml_Takeoff() and ml_Land() which both take a device handle as arguments. You probably don't need to know how they work, but you may want to get an idea.