I2C-Hardware Programming Example (Accelerometer / Gyroscope)

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I2C-Hardware Programming Example (Accelerometer / Gyroscope)

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I just got done my newest Odroid-Go-Project:

A GY-521 (MPU-6050) Gyroscope / Accelerator / Temperature-Sensor connected to the Odroid-Go via I2C.

See http://c-o-o-l.de/arduino/gy-521-mpu-60 ... oid-go.htm for

- Explanation
- Source-Code
- Example-Application (raw data, bubble leveling tool, accelerator curve printing)
- Firmware

Website is in German, so in case you don't speak, please use an online translator.

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Hope this help you in programming the Odroid-Go
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Nice educational project and documentation!
It is very helpful to understand how 6-Axis MEMS sensors are working.

Google translation (German to Korean) also worked very well. ;)

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Thank you very much.

Unfortunately the undertitle translation of the youtube video to english is not the best (although I speak slowly), so I hope you could understand it nevertheless. On the other side: the pictures speak for themselves.

I surely will do more hardware projects on the Odroid Go, it's such a beautiful platform for ardunio project with built-in Screen, Sound, Input Buttons, and the ESP32 provides bluetooth and WiFi on top.
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Doc Cool wrote:
Fri Jan 03, 2020 12:58 am
Thank you very much.

Unfortunately the undertitle translation of the youtube video to english is not the best (although I speak slowly), so I hope you could understand it nevertheless. On the other side: the pictures speak for themselves.

I surely will do more hardware projects on the Odroid Go, it's such a beautiful platform for ardunio project with built-in Screen, Sound, Input Buttons, and the ESP32 provides bluetooth and WiFi on top.
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