GSOC Week 9
Last week’s discussion left an impression that things weren’t going fast enough while tackling the API, LKM and all other parts of the project at once. After talking to my mentors, we decided for a quicker approach to the development cycle and that means switching to a faster animal, or should I say snake.
C is the end goal for stability and portability, but for the prototyping phase Python is king.
- Transferring stuff to Python
- Wrote a PyBBIO library to communicate with the MPU9250 -> code
- Noticed a second library is using the same data correction (based on Yury’s, but without the time variant part) as I do, going to be looking into the code over the next week
- The AK8963 magnetometer sandwiched with the MPU9250 was a royal PITA to interface with via SPI (but it works now!), -1 for elaborate datasheets missing important info
- Solver for the equations? (Candidate solutions: Mathematica, expand on Yury’s work, or something third)
To be worked on:
- Add self-test functions to the MPU9250 library and other corrections so it fits nicely with PyBBIO
- Transfer API for data processing control
- Solve the solver and connect to data input in Python