Dependents of MMA8451Q

A dependent is a program or library which makes use of this library.

In-air mouse using Freedom board
Test application for the LCD4884. It uses the LCD 4884 from SainSmart / DFRobot, the on board accelerometer and RGB LED. FRDM, KL25z, LCD, LCD4884, MMA8451Q, rgb
Output the result from the accelerometer to the LCD
Good posture sensor Good, posture, sensor
mbed library for earthlcd ezLCD3xx line of displays
Modified example of LED / Accelerometer demo. Added TSI for brightness control KL25z, led, MMA8451Q, touch, TSI
tugboat project
tugboat project
acelerometro y LCD
Superhans v1 (index finger click and second finger 'q')
A wireless accelerometer based joypad using FRDM-KL25Z for the Gameduino based space invaders. FRDM-KL25Z, nRF2401A
tinyshell demo example tinyshell
An m2x sample code that uses accelerometers. Not working yet. m2x
acelerometro de auteco
Kiselica Aldin Muslija Adnan
Beganovic Benjamin Babic Mirhat
Armin Klacar Ensar Muratovic
I2C Accelerometer code example for FRDM-KL25Z
Example program for FRDM boards with a NXP MMA8451Q accelerometer FRDM, KL05, KL25, KL46, MMA8451Q
This program changes the accelerometer data in to an RGB color
UT CS Bootcamp code for creating a secret knock
An FRDM example using Serial, Accelerometer and Touch Sensor.
Transmit X axis accelerometer data to PC for graphing
Read and report XYZ axes from on-board accelerometer for graphing via serial
Filip Maksimovic HW2 repository
This is a mouse which uses the integrated accelerometer Mouse
code yo
Midterm test program for publishing practice SSD 341 AY2014-2015 NMHU
Mini-Putt, created by Christie Dierk, Lucy Corippo, and Sita Kumar
Test midterm publish
Code for left-hand controller for Clash. Orientation control and d-pad control corresponding to relative mouse position and WASD movement keys for the game Chivalry: Medieval Warfare.
Code for the sword component of Clash!, a motion controlled pair of input devices for the game Chivalry: Medieval Warfare.
Test of the accelerometer, digital I/O, on-board LCD screen. Looking at vector product of the x-y components of the accelerometer. Works pretty well. Still rough, program wise - sc 140710 VB