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by Derawi » Thu, 14 May 2009 01:24:59 GMT


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 Dear *.*,

I am trying to create a rotationmatrix, to know and see how the phone
is rotating.
I didn't quite find any examples of how that could be used. I do have
the data values of the accelerometer and the magnetic field values,
however they are not aligned in time. So I have two questions:

- Is it possible to get the different sensor data values at a fixed
time;
  e.g. To read the accelerometer and magnetic field values at the same
time?

- How to retrieve the rotation-matrix by using the getRotationMatrix()
function when we don't have aligned data.

Thanks in advance. :-)

Derawi

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