The Sensor Kinetics Pro app provides you with all of the advanced features of the free Sensor Kinetics app, plus it allows you to apply filters to the data stream, save the raw sensor data to your phone and export it to your computer, and view the data in a tabular format right on your phone. Sensor Kinetics Pro gives you a detailed, comprehensive look at the combined operations of all the sensors.
Discover the power and capabilities of the electronic sensors on your smartphone or tablet. See your iPhone's gyroscope sensor in action and discover how it works. Experiment with the magnetometer and find out how to manipulate its sensitivity by applying various filters. Measure the effect of gravity, then export that data as a .csv file to your PC to open up in a spreadsheet. Or maybe you are just curious to know how fast your phone's accelerometer works?
Sensor Kinetics Pro gives you with an advanced viewer and monitor for the kinetic motion sensors available in your phone or tablet and provides a complete look at the combined operations of all the sensors.
Download Sensor Kinetics Pro here:
|For Android||For iPhone/iPad|
|Android Quick Start||iPhone/iPad Quick Start|
|"This all in one toolkit gives charts, graphs, and more to learn gravity, movement, vibrations, and magnetic fields around you. Try it just for fun, or use it to collect data for your next science experiment!"|
|- Owl Kids, Top Five Science and Tech Apps|
You can use Sensor Kinetics Pro to monitor and understand the behavior of the sensors while you change the delay setting or activate/deactivate specific sensors. Each sensor is attached to a sophisticated chart viewer. For educational users, the app includes comprehensive help files which are intended to provide students with hands-on knowledge of how these sensors interact with smartphones and suggests numerous experiments you can perform right on your phone or tablet.
For more information, please see the FAQ.
Developers, students, hobbyists... anyone who's curious what lies "under the hood" of their mobile device!
Some novel ideas from Sensor Kinetics Pro users: