Webbrowser based oscilloscopes are very handy software Oscilloscopes, because they do not require to install software on the computer. They are also known to run on smartphones and tablets, which makes them quite universal.
What follows is a list of webbased oscilloscopes known to be available.
- https://academo.org/demos/vectorscope/ (no data aquisition, only output)
- https://academo.org/demos/virtual-oscilloscope/ (most sophisticated oscilloscope)
Our own demonstrator
You can use https://anabrid.dev/webosci/ from any recent web browser. You may be prompted to give permit recording from your sound card. Make sure you connect to the correct input and not to your webcam microphone, for instance.
Known limitations: Older versions of Safari, Firefox and Chrome do not support the relevant Web standards. If this is the case for you, it may be best to look for an alternative.