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Geeky fun app
This is a fun way to exploit the sensor information in my iPhone. The latest update increased the sampling rate to 500 Hz; however, the magnetometer appears to be off by a decimal point. The x,y,z components are hundreds of uT where it should be tens of uT.
PoloniumMan on Sep 21, 2013 for Data Collection
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Great!
Really like fiddling around with this app.
Elmo Fud forever on Aug 22, 2013 for Data Collection
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Not sure about emailing - resolved
Recorded five seconds at one hertz. Display does not change when recording (maybe that is ok.) Update: this is expected behavior. When prompted after end of recording I selected 'email' and then app 'disappeared.' On restart, app is back to normal. I do not use apple email but another well-known third-party app. Update: EBKAC ... I had not enabled the email setting for the ipad. Once I pointed it to my third-party app, everything worked just fine. I have not checked via iTunes to see if data was actually recorded. Update: the data was recorded and sent out via email. Use was on ipad mini. Cool app. Hope this helps. Update: still a cool app. Hope my mistakes help some other user.
Herschel the inertial on Jul 15, 2013 for Data Collection
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Please
Please add a way to "tare" the orientation of the iPhone 5. For instance camera points magnetic north and you activate "tare". The system then locks in on that heading and attitude.
BrotherBacchus on May 7, 2013 for Data Collection
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Great product!
Please include option of filters and graphs for use DC in applications. Thank you Chris.
doctorgoldny on Apr 18, 2013 for Data Collection
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Impressive advancements!
I worked military inertial guidance systems in the '90s with the smallest systems being the size of a small suitcase. This iPAD includes almost all the components needed for inertial guidance!
Ballensr on Dec 14, 2012 for Data Collection
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