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Let's Make - Pedometer

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2014-09-04

Category: Measurement

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License: MIT license  

We're proudly presenting the second Let's Make project from our Intern's lab. This Pedometer consists of a mikromedia for STM32-M4, a mikromedia Proto shield and LiPo battery. Let's measure how far you walked with this Let's make. A pedometer is a portable device that counts each step a person takes.

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mikromedia Pedometer Kit

mikromedia Pedometer Kit

Kit features: mikromedia for STM32 M4, Proto Shield, Li-Polymer Battery, and USB cable.

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We're proudly presenting the second Let's Make project from our Intern's lab. This Pedometer consists of a mikromedia for STM32-M4, a Proto shield and LiPo battery.

For sensor Pedometer uses ADXL345 3-axis digital accelerometer: http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/data_sheets/ADXL345.pdf

The touchscreen displays number of steps and duration of walking. Message “no movement” is written when there is no movement. Also, the interface has START and STOP button. Algorithm samples the accelerometer data every 0.5 seconds as you walk, and dynamically adapts the threshold.

This fine and demanding project was developed by Marko Lainovic, one of our talented and prosperous interns.

Data Filtering

Data Filtering

MathLab example of signal data filtering. Signals are received from ADXL345 3-axis digital accelerometer.

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Marko Lainovic, intern.

Marko Lainovic, intern.

Marko Lainovic graduate at University of Belgrade Faculty of Electrical Engineering.

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