Tag: gps

  • Mobile Logger – GPX extensions

    Rolling the extra logged sensor data into the GPX export took more effort that it should have…but I uncovered and fixed a latent bug in the export feature, so that’s a win right? Regardless, it’s was nice to use the new issue tracker at¬†bugs.robertcarlsen.net for real(z) for the first time. I’m looking to get several […]

  • Rest of You: Bike Forces

    (note: I’m awaiting the HR sensor, this is mostly outward forces) I’m logging the acceleration forces at the handlebars of my bicycle while riding through New York City. The body has roughly three contact points with a bicycle, the hands at the handlebars, the “seat” at the saddle, and the feet at the pedals. The […]

  • rattle…

    This is just a teaser for a project I’ve recently begun, but I had an “a-ha” moment when the visualization program finally came together just now and wanted to share… This is geocoded¬†accelerometer data from the handlebars of my bicycle on my commute from Greenpoint to ITP in the East Village. The sample at middle […]

  • M5 Bus : Mashup

    I’ve wanted to try another geocode mashup since the Where We Were project I ran at Moore College. I recently picked up a GPS unit, which got me thinking about it anew. For the M5 Bus trip assignment for our Applications class I worked up a mix of Twitter, GPS location, digital photos and Google […]