sensor application

 In 2016, Berlin, Development, Professorship, Sensory Bike (bicycle instrument), TU

9am Practical session, Floor 5, Electronics building, TU. Hall effect sensor fine tuning and application.

We are re-positioning the 2 Hall effect sensors made last week on sonic bike_berlin between the
1. front wheel spokes and inside bike frame by rim to measure cyclist’s speed, and
2. bike stem and handlebars to measure cyclists’s riding, wobbling and turning action.
Check how handlebar sensor is surprisingly sensitive to small turns. Next step is to tune this for riding.

Data stream created and audio produced is through a teensy connected to the RPi2 running Pd as before.

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