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Analyzing radial acceleration with a smartphone acceleration sensor
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6.In order to obtain a very precise specification of the distance to the rotation center, information on the location of the acceleration sensors within the smartphone must be obtained from the manufacturer. In the iPod touch (4G) the sensors are located underneath the home button; a description of the location for the iPhone 4G can be found online at www.ifixit.com/tear-down/iphone-4-teardown/3130/2 (temporary web address).
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