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Simon31

Member Since: July 4, 2011

Country: United States

  • These guys have one with a bmp085!
    http://www.ckdevices.com

  • The firmware still doesn't really look complete. It only looks like there is an update for the gyro but it isn't really part of the AHRS code. What about the magnetometer? This version uses the HMC5883L, but the AHRS Code Base still looks like it uses the HMC5843.

  • This looks kind of similar to this IMU I found
    Mongoose
    I'm thinking that having a magnetometer is key to eliminating drift in the yaw. I understand that I can eliminate drift in the pitch and roll axis by using the accelerometer to detect the direction of gravity, but how do I eliminate drift in the yaw without having a magnetometer in an application that is mostly stationary? How are the rest of you arduIMU users doing this?

  • this looks interesting, it looks like you could add a GPS to this IMU
    http://blog.ckdevices.com/?p=66
    and it sounds like they have AHRS code too, but I don't see a price

No public wish lists :(