Talk:Accelerometer data retrieval

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== The /sys interface  ==
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Hello
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I editied the The /sys interface because it didn't work on my freerunner as it was there.
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--[[User:Thomasgruebler|Thomasgruebler]] 18:12, 6 January 2009 (UTC)

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I think it could be useful to have a set of raw outputs from the accelerometer as an indication of the (quality of) data we get from reading the raw output. Would it be an idea to create a few pages where people can post results from performing easy tasks with the accelerometer. I'm thinking:


  • A page with the raw data when it is dropped 5 cm onto a soft surface
  • A page with the raw data when it is dropped 50 cm onto a soft surface
  • A page with the raw data when it is swinging as a pendulum from -90 degrees to +90 degrees. 10cm line
  • Same as above 1m line
  • Any other "standardized" test..

[edit] The /sys interface

Hello I editied the The /sys interface because it didn't work on my freerunner as it was there. --Thomasgruebler 18:12, 6 January 2009 (UTC)

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I think it could be useful to have a set of raw outputs from the accelerometer as an indication of the (quality of) data we get from reading the raw output. Would it be an idea to create a few pages where people can post results from performing easy tasks with the accelerometer. I'm thinking:


  • A page with the raw data when it is dropped 5 cm onto a soft surface
  • A page with the raw data when it is dropped 50 cm onto a soft surface
  • A page with the raw data when it is swinging as a pendulum from -90 degrees to +90 degrees. 10cm line
  • Same as above 1m line
  • Any other "standardized" test..