Download Acceleration aided Variometer apk 1.6 free for Android smartphone

29 Jan
Acceleration aided Variometer

Posted by Empirische Lösungen in Sports | Jan. 29, 2016 | 2 Comments

Apk file size: 327.0 KB

This Vario contains a full working Attitude Heading Reference System,
so the device always knows it's momentary attitude. This enables the integration of vertical accelerations which are then combined with vertical speeds derived from the classical pressure sensor to create an exceptionally fast response time compared to the standard pressure sensor only varios.

Devices need the following sensors to run this app:
- Pressure sensor / Barometer
- Accelerometer
- Magnetometer
- Gyroscope

Attention!: Since a paraglider is a pendulum stabilized system,
the accelerations on the pilot during flight only applies in one direction
(downwards), thus the device must not be freely rotated.
It only displays high quality vario output when
attached to a fixpoint like the pilots cockpit!
Otherwise elaborate calibration becomes necessary in order for it to work.

This trial version is limited to 5 minutes of audio output.

Whats new

    - Gyro Sensor Qualität selektierbar
    - Status Anzeige hinzugefügt
    - Initialisierungsbug gefixed
    - Android Beep für Vario Steigen
    - Bildschirmkompatibilität gefixed
    - Algorithmus 28.1.2016 überarbeitet
    - GPS Höhe hinzugefügt

Empirische Lösungen part of our Sports and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update Jan. 29, 2016. Google play rating is 64.4444. Current verison is 1.6. Actual size 327.0 KB.

Download acceleration-aided-variometer.apk 327.0 KB


Lauren Martins

So far so good. Well done for trying to put together all these sensors, the accelerometer is the key for better various in the future but it can be quite difficult to integrate with the altimeter. Testing it at home seems amazing, I will test it in the air soon. Please keep updating and polishing it.

Ido N

Not working well on s3 Shows constant sink rate of -0.8 on a flat table. Probably, it can be fixed...

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