Acceleration Explorer

Acceleration Explorer is an open source application that allows educators, developers, hobbyists and folks who are just curious to explore their devices acceleration sensor. Acceleration Explorer provides a number of different smoothing filters and sensor fusions to calculate linear acceleration (as opposed to tilt). All the filters and sensor fusions are completely configurable by the user. Acceleration Explorer can log all of the acceleration sensors output (with or without filters and sensor fusions) to an CSV file allowing users to log, literally, anything you can strap an Android device onto .

Acceleration Explorer Features:

* Plots the output of all of the sensors axes in real-time
* Log the output of all of the sensors axes to a .CSV file
* Visualize most aspects of the sensor
* Smoothing filters include low-pass, mean and median filters
* Linear acceleration fusions include low-pass as well as sensor fusion complimentary and Kalman filters
* Compare the performance of multiple devices
* Measure the acceleration of your dog, vehicle or rocket ship
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What's New

* Minor bug fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
March 24, 2018
Size
2.5M
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
3.2.9
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Kircher Electronics
Developer
51 El Vado Way Angel Fire, NM 87710
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