calculate the speed of changing???

Jul 26, 2006 at 5:49pm

calculate the speed of changing???

hi everybody,
i use sensors on a body ….
i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float changing.

when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float (for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for exemple) representing the speed of this action ???

thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)

max

#26935
Jul 26, 2006 at 7:01pm

Hello Max,
I am doing the same thing at the University of Edinburgh. If you want we can exchange knowledge on the subject.
meanwhile I think you can use the timer to count the time between two events, two changes over time.

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Generally talking that might be extremly tricky to describe movement.
Best
Neuromax

max wrote:
hi everybody,
i use sensors on a body ….
i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float changing.

when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float (for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for exemple) representing the speed of this action ???

thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)

max

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#81088
Jul 26, 2006 at 7:37pm

Hi Max,

check out tl.velocity from the tl.objects:

http://www.bek.no/~lossius/download

Best,
Trond

max wrote:
> hi everybody,
> i use sensors on a body ….
> i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float changing.
>
> when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float (for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for exemple) representing the speed of this action ???
>

#81089
Jul 26, 2006 at 8:26pm

If your sensor is outputting values at a consistent rate, how about
looking at the standard deviation? It’ll be low when calm, and high
when agitated. Andrew May wrote some objects that do this.

Peter McCulloch

On Jul 26, 2006, at 1:49 PM, max wrote:

>
> hi everybody,
> i use sensors on a body ….
> i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float
> changing.
>
> when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float (for
> exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i receive
> value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can analyse for
> having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for exemple)
> representing the speed of this action ???
>
> thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)
>
> max
>

#81090
Jul 26, 2006 at 8:47pm

On 26-Jul-2006, at 22:26, Peter McCulloch wrote:

> If your sensor is outputting values at a consistent rate, how about
> looking at the standard deviation? It’ll be low when calm, and
> high when agitated.

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#81091
Jul 26, 2006 at 9:13pm

at your own risc, perhaps you could try a very simple object i wrote
to calculate this :

http://www.sonoscop.net/jmb/pub/varianza.dmg

jmb

El 26/07/2006, a las 22:26, Peter McCulloch escribió:

> If your sensor is outputting values at a consistent rate, how about
> looking at the standard deviation? It’ll be low when calm, and
> high when agitated. Andrew May wrote some objects that do this.
>
> Peter McCulloch
>
>
> On Jul 26, 2006, at 1:49 PM, max wrote:
>
>>
>> hi everybody,
>> i use sensors on a body ….
>> i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float
>> changing.
>>
>> when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float
>> (for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i
>> receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can
>> analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for
>> exemple) representing the speed of this action ???
>>
>> thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)
>>
>> max
>>
>

jose manuel berenguer
jmbeal@telefonica.net +34932857046 +34696538403. http://
http://www.sonoscop.net/jmb/
jmberenguer@sonoscop.net +34933064128. http://www.sonoscop.net/
caos->sonoscop. cccb. montalegre, 5. 08001 barcelona
spain

#81092
Jul 26, 2006 at 11:50pm

A lot of usefull stuff. Thanx everyone!
V.

jose manuel berenguer wrote: at your own risc, perhaps you could try a very simple object i wrote
to calculate this :

http://www.sonoscop.net/jmb/pub/varianza.dmg

jmb

El 26/07/2006, a las 22:26, Peter McCulloch escribió:

> If your sensor is outputting values at a consistent rate, how about
> looking at the standard deviation? It’ll be low when calm, and
> high when agitated. Andrew May wrote some objects that do this.
>
> Peter McCulloch
>
>
> On Jul 26, 2006, at 1:49 PM, max wrote:
>
>>
>> hi everybody,
>> i use sensors on a body ….
>> i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float
>> changing.
>>
>> when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float
>> (for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i
>> receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can
>> analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for
>> exemple) representing the speed of this action ???
>>
>> thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)
>>
>> max
>>
>

jose manuel berenguer
jmbeal@telefonica.net +34932857046 +34696538403. http://
http://www.sonoscop.net/jmb/
jmberenguer@sonoscop.net +34933064128. http://www.sonoscop.net/
caos->sonoscop. cccb. montalegre, 5. 08001 barcelona
spain

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#81093
Jul 27, 2006 at 10:37am

>hi everybody,
>i use sensors on a body ….
>i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float changing.
>
>when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float
>(for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i
>receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can
>analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for
>exemple) representing the speed of this action ???
>
>thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)
>
>max

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#81094
Jul 27, 2006 at 11:25am

>hi everybody,
>i use sensors on a body ….
>i would like know if possible to calculate the speed of a float changing.
>
>when the dancer is calm,my sensor send me a value around a float
>(for exemple the sensor send me :0.5,0.51,0.49….when dancing,i
>receive value very different ex:0.29,0.90,0.1….etc. how can
>analyse for having one value (0. for calm and 1.for agitated for
>exemple) representing the speed of this action ???
>
>thanks by advance ans sorry for my english:)
>
>max
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