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Member Since: January 10, 2011

Country: United States



Engineering student

Spoken Languages


Programming Languages

C#,Java,C and VB


HotChilly (HVAC Engineering)- Manufacturing Division KiwiRail- Railway Traction Division (Electrical), Im currently am or have been associated with these companies as part of student work experience/internships


Massey University


BE(Mechatrnocis)- Mechanical/Electrical Engineering


Quran Memorization, Martial Arts (Bujinkan Ninjustsu,Taekwondo,Kickboxing), socializing and ofcourse…Engineering!

  • Cheers brother! We ran some running tests and they seem to confirm your statements. Im working an an excel program at the moment to get rid of the 65536 reading error.
    I saw your comments about the 65536 thing. It turns out the compiler has problems displaying g readings in the negative zone. A quick way of fixing this is to go (216-the very large number)provided that this number is in between 65536 and 32768. Hope this helps :-)

  • Hi guys,
    I just bouth the KinetaMap and i am seriously confused as to what axis is what. I have the device on the desk right now with the lable facing ‘up’. How do the x,y and z axis line up?

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