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Offline alexandre

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on: February 02, 2009, 09:50:18 AM
hello i m new here ; and i need the help of this community

I m working on the wiimote . I would like to make some experiments on the wiimote like put it on a rotative plan (that way i know the theorical acceleration of the wiimote ) in order to anylaze the information send by the wiimote to my computer with the wii analyzer that i got on this forum , but i would like to know the exact position of the accelerometers (to get the right theorical acceleration )

I'm looking too for others experiments that i could compare to theorial calculs , i was thinking to put it on a speaker ( like that it will have a sinusoidal movement that we could control and modify ) , do you think that it will give me greats informations if i do it ?

and if someone is able to explain the basic functionnement of a capacitif accelerometer because i read the datasheet from analog device but it's quite hard to understand

thx



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Reply #1 on: February 16, 2009, 09:10:14 AM
noone is able to help me ?



Offline Wiweeyum

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Reply #2 on: February 16, 2009, 05:42:02 PM
I'd help if I could, but I know very little of the way the wiimote works inside. I understand the concepts, but not the technicalities.

So what have you learned thus far, and what are your specific questions? The more specific you questions are, the more help you'll be able to get. Like for example, you said that the data sheet was very hard to understand... ask some questions directly relating to that data sheet with a link so it's convenient for everyone to access. See if someone knows what's up with each individual question.

Good luck alexandre!


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