My gyroX is constantly -3 #71

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nh2 commented Mar 25, 2013

For some reason, my gyroX is always -3 (I use the Python code).

As a quick fix, I set

        self.gyroX = ord(data[29]) - 106 + 3

in emotiv.py.

Is this known? Why could this happen? Maybe my gyro is miscalibrated in hardware? Can somebody check with their device?

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The gyro calibration varies per-device, I've found. I've been meaning to add configurable gryo calibration to emokit proper (I'm not sure if anyone is maintaining the Python version at the moment).

"Niklas Hambüchen" notifications@github.com wrote:

For some reason, my gyroX is always -3 (I use the Python code).

As a quick fix, I set

       self.gyroX = ord(data[29]) - 106 + 3

in emotiv.py.

Is this known? Why could this happen? Maybe my gyro is miscalibrated in
hardware? Can somebody check with their device?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
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olorin commented Mar 26, 2013

The gyro calibration varies per-device, I've found. I've been meaning to add configurable gryo calibration to emokit proper (I'm not sure if anyone is maintaining the Python version at the moment).

"Niklas Hambüchen" notifications@github.com wrote:

For some reason, my gyroX is always -3 (I use the Python code).

As a quick fix, I set

       self.gyroX = ord(data[29]) - 106 + 3

in emotiv.py.

Is this known? Why could this happen? Maybe my gyro is miscalibrated in
hardware? Can somebody check with their device?


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
#71

Sent from my Android phone with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.

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