InstrumentLab VCL v6.0.0.92 and .Net v6.0.0.123

Great looking user interfaces! for your DSP and control applications.  The following images are a taste of what InstrumentLab has to offer.


Applications include:  real time data monitoring, process control, signal analysis, digital signal analysis, video analysis, data visualization, visual instrumentation and more.


(See the "Features" tab for a more complete listing.)


Download InstrumentLab VCL v6.0.0.92 and .Net v6.0.0.123



InstrumentLab is a set of visual instruments and controls based on GDI+.  For Delphi / C++ Builder, InstrumentLab is a set of native VCL components, and these components can be composited:



Download InstrumentLab VCL v6.0.0.92 and .Net v6.0.0.123



InstrumentLab is implemented using a very fast MMX optimized libraries to perform the plotting calculations, and is designed mainly for very fast real time data plotting applications, such as DSP, Audio Processing, Video and Image Processing.

  Intel:    Developed with IGDI+     InstrumentLab is fully compatible and directly integrates with SignalLabVideoLabAudioLabVisionLab, and PlotLab.


Our component libraries come in 3 versions a VCL - Firemonkey version (for Delphi / C++ Builder / RAD Studio XE2 to XE4), an MFC compatible Visual C++ version, and a .NET 2.0-4.5 version (compatible with Visual Studio 2005 to 2012).   The RAD Studio version is a set of native VCL and Firemonkey components.   The Visual C++ version is a set of native Visual C++ classes (components).   The .NET 2.0-4.5 version is a set of managed .NET components.  The .NET version has the same performance as the native versions, and supports all the Microsoft .NET languages including Visual Basic, C#, J# and C++/CLI.   Due to the unique architecture of the OpenWire platform, the components are implemented the same way in Managed .NET and native Windows (32 and 64 bit) environments. The code to control a component from VB.NET, C++/CLI, C#, and J#, Visual C++ MFC, Delphi, and C++ Builder is almost identical. This allows the developers to migrate and share code between the different environments thus significantly improving the productivity.