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"Acceleration without g" algorithm
Thanks for the info.
However if, as you say, there is no specific algorithm in phyphox to calculate centrifugal acceleration "without" g, then what is the difference between the two options (the first 2 above) "Acceleration (g included)" and " Acceleration (without g)" ?
I watched the suggested video (and also 2 others in the same section) but my knowledge of spoken English is not sufficient to fully understand what is illustrated there.
However, I understood the interesting concept of "sensor fusion" but I am not able, at the moment, to implement it in a high-level language (I usually use B4A) without further help.

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"Acceleration without g" algorithm - by martorino - 05-04-2023, 10:54 AM
RE: "Acceleration without g" algorithm - by martorino - 05-13-2023, 01:45 PM

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