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    Capture steps from players like a podometer

    Hi everyone!

    Just looking for a solution to capture the real steps from the player with his phone, exactly like a podometer. Is this possible with fusion 2.5 on Android?

    thanks

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    Just found this:
    http://mohdaslam.com/pedometer-and-s...-does-it-work/

    "These applications work with the phones which have the Accelerometer sensor built in it. While running, this application will monitor the change in accelerometer and based on it will conclude if the step is taken. It can provide the information about the angle at which you are holding the device, direction , speed at which it is moved and the gravity. Accelerometer provides the values whenever they are changed along with the Time at which the event occurred. Application stores these values in the database and look for a pattern.

    An accelerometer will provide three values x-axis value, y-axis value and z-axis value. As the person starts taking the first step, x-axis value will increase at a rate depending upon the force at which the person starts to move, y-axis which will tell the relative change in the height of the device along with the force will show an increase in value as while taking the step person will rise from the ground and then it will decrease till the step touches the ground. Based on this kind of pattern match, Step event is detected. Same kind of concept is used in wave to answer feature provided in phones.

    Android has introduced the low power step detector feature in the platform itself. Developers can use this feature and don’t have to write own code/algorithm for step detection. Apart from this a Step Counter is also introduced by the Android in Kit-Kat which will maintain the count of steps taken after the sensor is registered for listening of step events. Here are some key steps for implementation for using the Step detector"


    So maybe with accelerometers?

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    It seems that with acceleration x,y,z we can found count the steps numbers, like many pedometers apps.
    But I don't know how to do this.
    May the android object could read directly those steps numbers?

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    dont think so, maybe this need to be developed....ask Fernando.

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    Thanks! So Fernando is a dev from clickteam?

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    Hi!

    Come back, just released another game but come back now on this prototype with podometer through Fusion^^

    have you seen any news concerning Podometers data since new android/fusion versions?

    Thanks,
    Ronan

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