idea for Neo 2nd generation: Accelerometer

David Ford david at
Fri Jan 26 20:01:19 CET 2007

Steven Milburn wrote:
> Wow, I can't believe I got that backwards, thanks for the correction. 
> Kind of embarrassing considering I actually work on this stuff. 
> However, it doesn't invalidate that you don't need any more
> information than the accelerometer and a starting point in order to
> track velocity and position.  I'm going to go work on removing the
> foot I shoved so far into my mouth earlier.
> --Steve

Hmm, I think if you always know your starting position, vector and
velocity, then you will always know where you are.  (100% accuracy
implied).  Acceleration is just an adjustment to your current vector and


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