andy at openmoko.com
Mon Mar 3 12:15:30 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> I played with the motion sensors just eyeballing the raw data in hex and
> I think they're going to be very responsive and cool.
>> Motion sensors?
>> motion sensors are accelerometers...isn't it?
>> how can they be useful for this feature?..I though it was a vibrator
>> issue only...(and touch screen of course)
Wah I guess I got the wrong end of the stick, I was really responding to
the "software shouldn't hold the thing up" aspect.
The vibrator does have some amount of PWM ("intensity levels") support,
how repeatable that is over different devices I don't know. Also it
would be fairly do-able to put curves of vibrator intensity over time to
some extent. But in the end what we have is an electric motor with a
funny shaped bit of metal on the end to work with.
It wasn't clear from the pic on that site what this "actuator" is, it
could be basically what we have.
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