sandip

Member Since: November 22, 2010

Country: United States

Profile

Bio

Senior Professor, S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences

Role

Dean (Academic Programme)

Organizations

S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences and INdian Centre for Space Physics

Spoken Languages

English, Bengali, Italian

Programming Languages

Fortran

Universities

PhD from University of Chicago (1985) Tolman Fellow (Caltech, Pasadena)

Expertise

astrophysics

Interests

Astronomy and Space Science

Websites

bose.res.in

Publications

350 articles in International journals

  • Product SEN-10183 | about 3 years ago

    I am pretty green in this area and fascinated by the capabilities of the 9 DOF sensor stick. I have so far tried getting outputs with two axis accelerometers and 1 axis gyro. Outputs are not easily understandable (e.g. When I oscillate a torsion pendulum I get oscillation around channel No. 610. Why? It should have been 512th channel where the pendulum passes through 0 degree (highest rotational velocity! Given this problem, I beg someone to help me finding the instantaneous directional vector of a box which is arbitrarily moving/rotating around from these 9 DOFs. Is there a programme readily available which combines these outputs and spits out the Euler angles, just like Shake/SK7 which I just discovered on the net? I would have been happier if the clock were also attached.

  • Tutorial - (OLD) Accelerometer and Gyro Buying Guide | about 3 years ago

    This tutorial was very helpful. Thanks.
    By the way, can’t you put a time stamp with every output? That would allow us to plot the variations of the locations, velocities etc. with time. Is there any product along these IMUs. That would have been a real bonus.
    Sandip

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