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* Port of OpenIntents simulator to Android 2.1, extension to multi *
* emulator support, and GPS and battery simulation is developed as a *
* diploma thesis of Josip Balic at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of *
* Electrical Engineering and Computing. *
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* Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); *
* you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. *
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SensorSimulator lets you simulate sensor events from
accelerometer, compass, orientation, temperature, light, proximity,
pressure, linear acceleration, gravity, gyroscope and rotation vector
It transmits the simulated sensor data to an Android emulator.
Also, it can record sensor data from an real Android device.
1) Launch bin/sensorsimulator.jar
2) Install bin/SensorSimulatorSettings.apk on your Android
3) Connect from your Android emulator to the SensorSimulator
by entering the IP address that is shown in the
SensorSimulator (if there are several possibilities,
try which works)
4) These IP settings are stored on your device.
5) Build one of the sample applications, for example
samples/SensorDemo in Eclipse. Further instructions can be
found in the source code.
6) To include the sensor simulator in your existing application
include the lib/sensorsimulator-lib.jar and follow the
instructions that can be found in the samples source codes.
7) To record from the real device you need internet connection on the
Android device and on the pc/laptop on which the simulator is
running. The ip address of the simulator must be reachable from
your Android device (a local wireless network will do the trick).
Directory structure:
- bin (*): contains the executables SensorSimulator.jar,
SensorSimulatorSettings.apk and SensorRecordFromDevice.apk
- lib (*): contains the library sensorsimulator-lib.jar
- release: contains the build script to assemble the release
- samples: contains examples how to include the sensor simulator
in your Android applications.
- SensorSimulator: contains the source code for the
sensor simulator.
- SensorSimulatorSettings: contains the source code for
sensor simulator settings.
- SensorRecordFromDevice: contains the source code for
recording sensors from device.
(*) The directories "bin" and "lib" are only available in the
downloadable release zip file.