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  1. How to calibrate digital output accelerometers like ADXL345 or ADXL345 to obtain the outputs as 'g' values? I have interfaced it with TM4C1294XL and the communication is through I2C protocol. Platform used is Energia.
  2. It all started with an aim of improving communication between speech & hearing impaired and normal people. But it has now almost become an alternative input device for any computing device! So what is it all about? It's a cyber glove that recognizes sign language gestures and convert them into ASCII. Voila! We can throw away our keyboards and start using this glove. Right? After all, our keyboard does the same thing. Don't try too hard to visualize this peculiar device! This is how it will be!! And Technically it will be something like this And more technically the flow o
  3. Hi everyone. First of all, i am new with msp430 microcontrollers and i have a project that i think it is hard for beginners but i must do it I will take the data from accelerometer and write it to the eeprom. I will use msp430g2230. eeprom and accelerometer both are communicating with SPI. I must sample the data at least 1Hz. I just learned about registers and SPI and worked on msp430ware codes about SPI communication a little bit. Where can i start this project? What are your suggestions and do you know any source related to my project?
  4. Hi I am Anbu. New to MSP430. I have to a build a bot which is to be controlled using wrist movement. I'm using Accelerometer ADXL335 for that. I have to transmit the ADXL335 output from one msp430 to another msp430 which is on the bot. I'm having Anaren RF booster pack CC110L. How to transmit the data via the booster pack. please help me thanks
  5. Hi I am Anbu. New to MSP430. I have to a build a bot which is to be controlled using wrist movement. I'm using Accelerometer ADXL335 for that. I have to transmit the ADXL335 output from one msp430 to another msp430 which is on the bot. I'm having Anaren RF booster pack CC110L. How to transmit the data via the booster pack. please help me thanks
  6. Still new to embedded programming and I am trying to use the MMA8452 accelerometer (datasheet) on SparkFun's breakout board (link). I programmed SparkFun's example program (link) into the MSP430G2553 via Energia with no issues and plotted the serial data in Excel. However this data, for lack of a better word, was "noisy." There would be huge spikes in the data even though the device was sitting still. Sometimes the WHO_AM_I value would be reported incorrectly as well. I found out the board shipped with 10k pull ups so I dropped them to the recommended 4.7k? resistors and the problem
  7. Hello, i need help with running GY521 gyro on my Stellaris Launchpad with Energia. I found something about wiring GND -> GND 3,3V -> VCC Analog4 -> SDA Analog5 -> SCL and also read this topic at arduino http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/MPU-6050 there is a sketch but i dont know how to port it at Energia for stellaris launchpad. So i want to ask if there is anybody, who was playing with gyro and can help me understand the way it works. Thanks
  8. Hi! I am developing a simple accelerometer with the MSP-EXP430FR5739. This board is populated with a 3-axis accelerometer: ADXL330. No additional HW is needed. The MCU program does: ADC:Samples data from CH_0 to CH_14 in Repeat-Sequence-of-Channels Mode Sample Rate: ~ 20 Hz/Channel DMA UART:HW UART (TX only) with 9600 baud. This 9600 baud is limited by the emulator circuit. UART TX data1 = ADC_CH_12 = ACC_X; sample "622-X" UART TX data2 = ADC_CH_13 = ACC_Y; sample "509-Y" UART TX data3 = ADC_CH_14 = ACC_Z; sample "511-Z" LEDs: LED_TX and LED_ADC The PC application does
  9. I'm working on integrating an accelerometer(ADXL335) into my project. So I'm doing three single channel conversions, on the three axes. The first conversion I do gives me a normal reading for horizontal, ~450. The other ones give me ~880 and ~1020. I have switched the axes and the first one always gives me the correct value the others don't. The following code shows my ADC function. int Acc(char channel) { int res, ch; ch = channel * 0x1000; ADC10CTL0 &= ~ENC; ADC10CTL0 |= ADC10ON; ADC10CTL1 = ch + ADC10SSEL_3; ADC10CTL0 |= ENC + ADC10SC; while(ADC10CTL1&
  10. MAKE magazine article with photos of the board enclosed in the Sensor Tag: http://blog.makezine.com/2013/04/18/teardown-of-the-ti-sensortag/
  11. Hi all, Just to show off a little something I did It's an LCD display of a "ball" rolling around on a spotted surface, and bouncing from the boundries. The direction and speed of rolling is determined by the tilt of the entire setup. The hardware is a Nokia 5110 LCD breakout and a cheap 3-axis accelerometer breakout, both hooked directly to the MSP430 Launchpad. Code was written in Energia. Here's the video: I don't consider the code clean enough to publish, however I'll be happy to answer any questions about it. Happy coding!
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