FreeIMU Presentation Video: Autumn 2012

Last updated on Thu, 2012-11-29 16:02. Originally submitted by fabio on 2012-11-22 16:58.

This is a presentation video I recorded some time ago which presents the FreeIMU project as of Autumn 2012. Hope you like it!

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Submitted by Edgaras (not verified) on Sat, 2013-03-02 13:08.


I do have question concerning the position estimation (or translation). For instance, in the video, moving skeleton hand it rotates (cubes) and translates (spheres) and stays in that place, depending how it is moved in real life. How to calculate that translation? is it using accelerometer data with double integration in order to measure position(acceleration-->velocity-->position)? Note: I don't have problems with rotation (using quaternions) I do have problem with translation when I move FreeIMU to the left,for instance, the 3D object would also move (or translate) to the left. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Ciao Fabio, mi fa piacere

Submitted by danilo (not verified) on Wed, 2012-12-12 20:40.

Ciao Fabio, mi fa piacere essere stato citato nelle realizzazioni FreeImu con il mio self balancing bot !

In gamba e continua così.


Grazie a te per essere stato

Submitted by fabio on Thu, 2012-12-13 01:22.

Grazie a te per essere stato uno dei primi a supportare il progetto!

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