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"Acceleration without g" algorithm
I intend to develop an app that measures the centrifugal force applied to a skier making a series of turns.
I've found that using phyphox's "acceleration without g" option gives good results.
I ask to the authors of this excellent app (which I have been using with my students for some time) to learn more about the implementation of this specific algorithm.
Would it even be possible to have only the piece of code (presumably in Java or in any case in any high-level language) that interacts with the accelerometers (and the gyroscope) of the smartphone and performs this single type of measurement ?  Would be the best !
Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this topic.

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"Acceleration without g" algorithm - by martorino - 05-04-2023, 10:54 AM

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