Comment on September 15th, 2007.
I’ve got the same laptop!
Comment on September 24th, 2007.
Do you have this script and Excel File for download? I’d love to try this thing.
Comment on September 24th, 2007.
Click on the link to go to the authors site. I am sure you should find what you are looking for there.
Comment on November 25th, 2007.
can somebody put a easy wii-mote led mod
Comment on December 13th, 2007.
huh?… please be more specific… or make sure the words you string together make sense in that order. what do u want the mod to DO?
Comment on December 29th, 2007.
Check this out for a useful analysis program.
MapMaker can easily be adapted to accept input from almost any g-force or GPS based data logging system.
Comment on August 13th, 2008.
G is easy to calculate
We know that x and y are at 0 g’s when the wiimote is at rest as seen in the picture. Z is the axis going up and down. Z is noticeably higher number than x and y (which should be equal). x and y is 0g, and Z is +1g.
From this, we can calibrate to 0 and 1g, and by component forces, we can detect tilt of x, y, and z axes.
All we need is a definition of origin and knowledge of velocity (set to 0 to make things easy). From there, one would be able to record where you’re at from the reference position.
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