Sense-it (sensors)

Sense-it (sensors)


Do you need a set of sensors to collect data for your project? You may already have it on your Android device!

Sense-it gives access to sensors on your smartphone or tablet devices. If you are curious about the sensors your device may have and what you might do with them, use this app to check the type and hardware model of your sensors, record data and generate graphs from your sensors.

How can you use your sensors?

You can use your sensors to collect data for a project/an investigation you would like to run. You can set up "projects" by selecting the sensors you need and deciding on the rate at which they log data (e.g., samples per second). The Sense-it app will log the sensor data, visualize it in graphs, export it as CSV and a plot and share it with others (e.g., through email). Collected data could be further processed by using other software, such as spreadsheet programs.

Depending on the hardware of your Android device, you may have access to the following sensors:

* Accelerometers and gravity sensors
* Gyroscope and compass
* Magnetic field
* Proximity
* Light intensity
* Ambient temperature, atmospheric pressure, and relative humidity

The Sense-it app implements further software sensors including:

* Sound intensity, using the device's microphone.
* Location, using GPS.
* Network signal stregth.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1 beta5:

This is a major update on Sense-it! This is the first version that is connected with out platform nQuire-it:

http://nquire-it.org.uk (in Alpha stage, under heavy development).

There you can create shared projects. Then, using your Android device and Sense-it, you can "connect" with nQuire-it, join the project, record data for it, and upload it to the server.

Please note that this functionality is under development, but other aspects of Sense-it continue working as before.
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About Sense-it (sensors)
Do you need a set of sensors to collect data for your project? You may already have it on your Android device!

Sense-it gives access to sensors on your smartphone or tablet devices. If you are curious about the sensors your device may have and what you might do with them, use this app to check the type and hardware model of your sensors, record data and generate graphs from your sensors.

How can you use your sensors?

You can use your sensors to collect data for a project/an investigation you would like to run. You can set up "projects" by selecting the sensors you need and deciding on the rate at which they log data (e.g., samples per second). The Sense-it app will log the sensor data, visualize it in graphs, export it as CSV and a plot and share it with others (e.g., through email). Collected data could be further processed by using other software, such as spreadsheet programs.

Depending on the hardware of your Android device, you may have access to the following sensors:

* Accelerometers and gravity sensors
* Gyroscope and compass
* Magnetic field
* Proximity
* Light intensity
* Ambient temperature, atmospheric pressure, and relative humidity

The Sense-it app implements further software sensors including:

* Sound intensity, using the device's microphone.
* Location, using GPS.
* Network signal stregth.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1 beta5:

This is a major update on Sense-it! This is the first version that is connected with out platform nQuire-it:

http://nquire-it.org.uk (in Alpha stage, under heavy development).

There you can create shared projects. Then, using your Android device and Sense-it, you can "connect" with nQuire-it, join the project, record data for it, and upload it to the server.

Please note that this functionality is under development, but other aspects of Sense-it continue working as before.

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A Google User
Mar 24, 2014
Wow beautiful
A Google User
Mar 21, 2014
Useless on phones with small screens I have a Samsung Galaxy Star and the graph appears about to be about 5mm high and all the numbers overlap and the display data is unreadable. Obviously it is assumed that everyone has a massive phone screen. Which not all of us have. Waste of time if you have a phone that doesn't have a massive screen.
A Google User
Mar 20, 2014
Excellent app Your last update made the app look really awesome and very well functioning! Thank you!
A Google User
Jan 12, 2014
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A Google User
Dec 7, 2013
Awesome tool Will be very helpful in my project....thanks a lot developer.