Join Steven Lipton for an in-depth discussion in this video Set up the project, part of Advanced iOS App Development: Core Motion.
- [Narrator] You've worked with a…high level core motion API.…At this highest level of core motion…you have a lot that's easily accessible in a class.…You don't have access to the sensors directly…but do get the bottom line data you want…such steps, distance, and pace.…Pedometer's great for fitness applications…but in other applications there's…not much you can do with it.…For other applications, you need more access to the sensors.…For the next few lessons we'll dive deeper…into the use of sensors using the core motion manager…to get acceleration, rotation rate, and attitude.…
Core motion is most often used in games and fitness apps.…A baseball or tennis game would require complex motions…which would be difficult to explain…in a course of this scope.…I'll use something that both game developers…and fitness developers can use…with relatively easy motions to track,…fencing and sword fighting.…I'll have the phone detect a thrust attack…using the accelerometer and a parry or block…also using the accelerometer and the gyroscope.…
- Reading Core Motion data
- Understanding Core Motion methods
- Creating a pedometer app
- Using pace and distance data from Core Motion
- Pushing and pulling device motion data
- Accessing the altitude sensors
- Working with the motion activity manager (CMMotionActivityManager)
Skill Level Advanced
iOS App Development: Accessibilitywith Kevin Favro2h 34m Intermediate
Advanced iOS Development: Working with APIswith Saul Mora1h 59m Intermediate
1. Core Motion Introduction
3. Device Motion
5. Recorded Data
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