Example of accelerometers utility

Galevsky galevsky at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 16:29:50 CET 2007

Of course, the code has to take that in account : make orthogonal
projections with smooth tolerance... no problem doing that. There is a
usb device to control the view in games called Track-IR, and there is
no problem to accomodate with 3D positioning and move... so I am sure
to have no problem with a great interface to deal with it. (some bip
can be played once a move is recognized by the device, so you know if
you did a bad rotation and have half a second to do it again or if
your move was completed and you can now go on next one). Don't forget
that we can fix limits on speeds, angles, and ranges... lots of
parameters to suit very nice human hands moves. (I just was thinking
about having untypical setting: left-hand/right-hand :) ).


On Dec 3, 2007 3:41 PM, Kyle Bassett <kylebassett at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think the largest issue with a motion sensing algorithm would be human
> reproducibility.  I feel the precision of our movement ability is less than
> the precision of the device/possible code.  If the code is only designed to
> pick up direction and not magnitude, then reliability (of valid person
> authenticating correctly) would increase.
> -Kyle

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