QAccelerometerReading#

The QAccelerometerReading class reports on linear acceleration along the X, Y and Z axes. More

Synopsis#

Functions#

Detailed Description#

QAccelerometerReading Units#

The scale of the values is meters per second squared. The axes are arranged as follows.

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A monoblock device sitting at rest, face up on a desk will experience a force of approximately 9.8 on the Z axis (ie. towards the roof). This is the proper acceleration the device experiences relative to freefall.

class PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading(parent)#
Parameters

parentPySide6.QtCore.QObject

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.setX(x)#
Parameters

x – float

Sets the acceleration on the X axis to x.

See also

x()

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.setY(y)#
Parameters

y – float

Sets the acceleration on the Y axis to y.

See also

y()

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.setZ(z)#
Parameters

z – float

Sets the acceleration on the Z axis to z.

See also

z()

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.x()#
Return type

float

This property holds the acceleration on the X axis..

The scale of the values is meters per second squared.

See also

QAccelerometerReading Units

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.y()#
Return type

float

This property holds the acceleration on the Y axis..

The scale of the values is meters per second squared.

See also

QAccelerometerReading Units

PySide6.QtSensors.QAccelerometerReading.z()#
Return type

float

This property holds the acceleration on the Z axis..

The scale of the values is meters per second squared.

See also

QAccelerometerReading Units