A colleague (Philippe Ardit) and I are working on an AHRS (Attitude and Heading Reference System) based on the Puck.js 2.0 (or 2.1) (as 1.0 is not equipped with an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit)).
This is a complete novel field for us and I was wondering if some people out there have already developed such a system?
Preliminary code from Philippe for the Puck.js is available at: github.com/PhilippeArdit/espruinoSandBox > Some test results > Some Espruino tests (I2C scan, AHRS cube, ...)
You need to click on this latest link, to select Puck.js, click on connect (pair your specific Puck.js) and then on Show AHRS Cube, to try the code that shows a cube moving in coordination with the Puck.js. (Press reset to stop the Puck.js from emitting.)
It is inspired from the Bangle.js Data Streaming > Bonus 3D Rendering Espruino original tutorial code, with main differences being that:
However, we are not satisfied with the performances: Mainly because making a full rotation about whatever axis doesn't bring back the original orientation in the display.
Certainly the magnetometers should be incorporated to be able to track a direction in the horizontal plane, but other inconsistencies make us think that filters, refreshing rates, or whatever other parameters or algorithms need to be implemented/tuned in a better way.
Any help would be appreciated~~