How can I move an object with the Windows Phone accelerometer? [duplicate]


This question is an exact duplicate of: How
can I control an object with tilt gestures?
1 answer
I want to move an object with
the Windows Phone accelerometer. If the Windows Phone device is
getting tilt to the right, the object should move 50 pixel to the
right. The same with the other three directions left, up and down.How

``I am trying to develop a Windows phone application which can
record accelerometer readings after every 10 secs or so to a
persistent file storage area.


For that, I have written a
program code which gets the accelerometer readings and displays them
seperately( one textblock for x reading, one for y reading and one for
z reading). Then I store all these readings together in a Textbox and
use the TextChanged event to record the changes to the file. The
readings are stored to an Isolated File storage area.


The
different functions are working fine but the problem I am facing is
that the file is showing only the last value of acccelerometer read or
in o

Programming Languages

I was writing a game were I am moving object. I want to object to
move very smoothly, like even small change in accelerometer should
update position of object.


Now how to deal with
accelerometer noise? That is accelerometer event will keep firing even
I will not move device.


I have browsed for it but could
not found any good solution.


I have also tried solution
like setting threshold, or keep a last updated value and if change
then update position etc. But these will not help in smooth
movement.


Games on iphone and android does this. Object
moves very smoothly.


Can anyone help?


Programming Languages

I'm wondering what is the best way to test the accelerometer?
There doesn't seem to be any simulation for movement on the emulator,
and mocking seems like it would be difficult.


Should I
just do a best guess and wait until the real devices come out or is
there another approach to consider?

Programming Languages

From what I've read while searching for an answer, the readings of
a Windows Phone accelerometer are expressed in G's. What I've searched
for and could not find is the limits of the sensor / the limits
imposed by the SDK.


I mean does it support G forces of
like 5G or 8G or is it limited to 1G only?
Thank you very
much.

Operating Systems
I want to pull a sprite from point A(vector2) to point B(vector2) in
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I move the sprite diagonally?The player should be able to pull the
sprite in every direction if he touches the sprite with his finger.
The sprite can't be moved if the player's finger isn't on the
sprite.How can I do that? How can I move an object diagonally on
Windows Phone?
Game Development
This question is an exact duplicate of: How
can I control an object with tilt gestures?
1 answer
I want to move an object with
the Windows Phone accelerometer. If the Windows Phone device is
getting tilt to the right, the object should move 50 pixel to the
right. The same with the other three directions left, up and down.How
Game Development

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