# Difference between revisions of "Gesture Signal Processing"

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While studying sensors, we discovered that often a particular sensor will measure the position '''x''', velocity '''v''', or acceleration '''a''' of an object. However, we might like to use a different variable to control the way we synthesize sound. Ideally, integration and differentiation can be applied to convert between variables. | While studying sensors, we discovered that often a particular sensor will measure the position '''x''', velocity '''v''', or acceleration '''a''' of an object. However, we might like to use a different variable to control the way we synthesize sound. Ideally, integration and differentiation can be applied to convert between variables. | ||

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## Revision as of 16:30, 10 October 2008

## Interpolation

## Filtering

While studying sensors, we discovered that often a particular sensor will measure the position **x**, velocity **v**, or acceleration **a** of an object. However, we might like to use a different variable to control the way we synthesize sound. Ideally, integration and differentiation can be applied to convert between variables.

Simple integrator:

y[n] = 0.1*x[n] + 0.9*y[n-1]

example of lp filter

Simple differentiator:

y[n] = x[n] - x[n-1]

example of hp filter