Gwaterpas

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* Any 3 axis for 1D levelling
 
* Any 3 axis for 1D levelling
 
* Any of 3 combined axis for 2D levelling
 
* Any of 3 combined axis for 2D levelling
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=== version 0.3 ===
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* proper rotate/resize in 2D mode.
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* icon provided on discussion page here
  
 
== Download ==
 
== Download ==
* sources [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/gwaterpas.tgz]
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* sources [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/gwaterpas-0.3.tgz]
* openmoko GTA-02 ipkg [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/gwaterpas_0.2_armv4t.ipk]
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* openmoko GTA-02 ipkg [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/gwaterpas_0.3_armv4t.ipk]
 
* required libfltk [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/libfltk_1.1.9-0_armv4t.ipk]
 
* required libfltk [http://www.ecirc.net/openmoko/libfltk_1.1.9-0_armv4t.ipk]
  

Revision as of 17:45, 31 January 2009

Contents

Overview

I (Kurt Van Dijck) wrote this application to use Openmoko as a 1D or 2D levelling tool.

Features

  • You can select which of the 2 accelerometers to use (or use them both, but I'm not aware how exactly they are positioned)
  • easy calibration: The program remembers 6 calibration values: 3 axis on 2 sensors.
  • Any 3 axis for 1D levelling
  • Any of 3 combined axis for 2D levelling

version 0.3

  • proper rotate/resize in 2D mode.
  • icon provided on discussion page here

Download

  • sources [1]
  • openmoko GTA-02 ipkg [2]
  • required libfltk [3]

Screenshots

Personal tools

Overview

I (Kurt Van Dijck) wrote this application to use Openmoko as a 1D or 2D levelling tool.

Features

  • You can select which of the 2 accelerometers to use (or use them both, but I'm not aware how exactly they are positioned)
  • easy calibration: The program remembers 6 calibration values: 3 axis on 2 sensors.
  • Any 3 axis for 1D levelling
  • Any of 3 combined axis for 2D levelling

Download

  • sources [1]
  • openmoko GTA-02 ipkg [2]
  • required libfltk [3]

Screenshots