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Seeeduino Film Motion Frame is a motion sensing extension board designed for Seeeduino Film. Its flexible, ultra-slim and small form factor is suitable for building wearable devices. It consists of a Barometer (HP03M), a 3-axis Accelerometer Sensor (MMA7660FC) and a 32 Mb serial Flash Memory (W25X32). This provide sensing and logging of altitude, temperature, air pressure and motion for Seeeduino Film. Film and other extension FRAMEs could be simply connected via the 20 pin universal bus like a chain. Its native 2.54mm pitch pins enable quick prototyping as well.
• Flexible, Ultra small / Slim form factor
• Seeeduino Film compatible
• I²C Barometer
• I²C 3-Axis Accelerometer
• SPI 32M-BIT Serial Flash
• 0.1" pitch pad breakout
• 20 pin daisy-chain flex bus
• Transform by cutting and chaining
• Reinforced to increase endurance
• Application Ideas
• Weather Watching
• Environment Sensing
• Sports and Gyms
• Hiking / Climbing
• Hobby Aviation
• Data logging
Please visit our wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to our forum.
What are the measurements of the unit and how flexible is it? For example, can it be folded on top of itself to be stack on top of each other vertically or must it be extended horizontally?
Hello, glad to know that you are interested in this product. Yes, it can be folded on top of itself to be stack on top of each other vertically , and its the dimension is 77.5mm*20.3mm*1.57mm.
I' m building a very lite data logger for my rc car. I would register speed, acceleration, direction and jumps. I don't understand what I need. Motion frame has gps inside able to catch all data? where can I store them (sd, bluetooth...)?
Hi Alessandro,there is a 32M Bit SPI Flash module,you can store your data in it .
Current Motion Frame libraries use the old wprogram.h and its old methods. Please could you update the libraries to be Arduino 1.0 compliance?
Thanks for your inquiring. We will update it soon.