How To Build A Personal G-Force Meter For Your Car

Posted: Apr 26 2008, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:41am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
How to build a Personal G-Force Meter for your Car
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PyroElectro thought it would be cool to display the G-forces that occur while driving a car. The site published an how-to guide on building a G-force meter device.

Quote from the Guide: "After seeing so many applications using accelerometers making a simple project of my own with this cool sensor just seemed natural. The main application of the accelerometer is either for sensing tilt or sensing acceleration. For this application A G-Force meter for my car will be made to see how many "G's" I pull while driving."
Read the full guide on PyroElectro.

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