Please help me test it

Hi, everyone!

I’m always working on new and interesting solutions and recently while creating some watch movement based scripts I came across a potential problem.
It appears that different watches give back different results when it comes to accelerometer and gyro tags.

Because of that, I have a request for anyone with some spear time: please help me test if it is truly a thing.
At the end, you will find 2 faces I created that I want you to test (they might look similar, but they are not).

Here is the list of thing I would ask you:

  1. what watch are you using it on?
  2. what OS is it running (Tizen/AW 2.0/AW 1.0)?
  3. while making general movements with both those faces do you see any major differences (on one number stay at a specific value, or the rage is different)
  4. in what range do you see all values move.

please test them in as many positions (relative to the ground) as possible.

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The link previews aren’t loading. Can you try and report just the hyperlink to the watches?

I know I’ve had an issue with My Huawei Watch not displaying the Accelerometer information correctly. This was one of the tests I ran trying to make the shiny part stay fixed based on gravity:

Works on the view from my Phone, but once synced the rotation is fixed and doesn’t work.

Hey @Mellin the iFrames are not loading. Not sure you can just post regular links anymore.


Ok, changed it. Is it better now?

Test 1 is bunk on my Huawei classic watch. All values stay at 0.

Huawei (classic)
Android W2.0.0.163484626.gms

On Test 2, I get the A Values but no G values.
Ax and Ay values range between -10 and 10.

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ok @Mellin, I’m on a Hwawei model 3695 running AW2.0.

test1 and test2 are almost identical

test1: Ax, Ay ranges in the low 8’s (+8.2 to -8.2)
Gx/y = 0

test2: Ax, Ay ranges in the mid 9’s (+9.7 to -9.6)
Gx/y = 0


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Hi @Mellin, here you go

Fosil Q Marshal
Android Wear 2.0.0
Android OS 7.1.1

Test 1:
Ax: -10 --> 9.4
Ay -9.7 --> 9.7
Gx/Gy: 0

Ax: -9.0 --> 9.5
Ay -9.7 --> 9.7
Gx/Gy: 0


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Hi @Mellin, feedback as follows:

Watch: Samsung S3 Frontier
Software: R760xx42BQCS

Test 1:
Ax = blank
Ay = blank

Gx = -3 to -145
Gy = +2 to -6

Test 2:
Ax = blank
Ay = blank

Gx = -1 to +247
Gy = +2 to -52

Hope this helps

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Well now that’s interesting…

Accelerometer readings for Android
Gyro readings for Tizen.

No gyro response for Android
No accel response for Tizen