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MATLAB Support Package for Apple iOS Sensors

Acquire sensor and image data from built-in sensors on iOS devices.

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Updated 10 Mar 2021

MATLAB® Support Package for Apple iOS Sensors enables you to collect sensor data from your mobile iOS device, such as a phone or tablet, log it in MATLAB, and then use MATLAB to process the data. You can collect data from acceleration, angular velocity, orientation, magnetic field, and GPS sensors, as well as images from the built-in camera.

This support package is functional for R2020b and beyond.

Comments and Ratings (21)

Nithid Mahattanasin

I can't use it on R2020b version. Only show "Failure to load the device plug-in."

cui

very nice!

Nithid Mahattanasin

Anthony DeSouza

Christian Hehr

Very useful

Pham Viet Hung

Simon Zollner

riku

Gokai Wami

stoopid stanley

Michael Darwish

It works very nice.

how to install it or how to use it?

Moisés Manrique

Maram ABD

How install that?

Sikyung Choi

Why does matlab make me delete this support package and reinstall it everytime I run matlab new? Otherwise it tells me that I don't have this installed

binwei liu

jinwang ye

the ig

I would like to interface matlab simulaneously to multiple android (& iOS devices). For instance, I would like to acquire the roll angle of 10 devices.
With this addon, the signal is actually acquired, but it will mix all the source signals, i.e. an unique timeseries containing samples from all the sources.
Also a command like:
m.Logging = 1;
will activate logging on all devices.
It would be useful to have an extra argument in
m = mobiledev()
in order to specify the device that is connected (based on some unique data), and thus possibly to have "multiple seaparated mobiledev channels".

Good

Yiming Chen

Might also add an example script which plot data in realtime?

João Gonçalves

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2020b
Compatible with R2020b to R2021a
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux

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