Sensor fusion is a process by which data from several different sensors are "fused" to compute something more than could be determined by any one sensor alone. An example is computing the orientation of a device in three–dimensional space. That data might then be used to alter the perspective presented by a 3D GUI or game.
This educational application by Freescale teaches you about sensor fusion and lets you experiment with some of the routines already present in your Android™ device. It does not require that your device uses Freescale sensors. The app supports 6 and 9-axis fusion routines native to your device, as well as those on compatible development boards. This app just lets you experiment with what you already have.
Optimized for tablet use, but is also fully functional on smartphones.
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