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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;12993164 
http://bbs.jetcos.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=3496
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;12993164 
The Polling Rate doesn't have anything to do with the sensor.
Fine. Makes it even more strange though and not any less annoying wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Bullveyr;12993164 
It sensor itself actually has a 8bit serial port (like almost every sensor) but again that doesn't have anything to do with the polling rate
Ok, I assume "sensor" was not the correct wording. What I meant was, that this this kind of clipping used to show up on mice with 8bit data path (one sample would never exceed +-128 counts) and a default polling rate of 125Hz which equals a maximum speed of ~1m/s @400CPI.
To have a limit of 1.5m/s @1600CPI, even if it had a 8bit data path, you would have to have a polling rate equal to or below 738Hz, right? (150/2.54*1600/128). Pretty sure this neg. acceleration has other reasons - just calculating wink.gif
Either way, if it's not the sensor, looks like Gigabyte pretty much messed up the firmware/MCU or what else could it be?
On the bright side... Can I expect the graphs would look better for a Pyra/Kova[+]?
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Originally Posted by outerspace;12994053 
You can see it just by zooming graph.
Could have sworn the horizontal axis labels hadn't been there when I first checked wink.gif
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Originally Posted by outerspace;12994053 
Horizontal axis on graphs is time axis with 1 ms step.
For this purpose, I still find it more convenient to have a look at the log instead of counting 20 samples between the grid lines. How would you do that reliably if the whole gap counts only 40 pixels...
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Originally Posted by outerspace;12994131 
Ideal picture for each polling rate (I paint only points or "sample points" as I called them above)
I don't get this picture. With each mouse and every polling rate I have tested, the counts never dropped to zero while I was moving the mouse. At least not in the .log-file. Maybe that's different with the .bin-file, or Audition or the converter is "filling" the gaps with zeros. But that's all not necessary if you use a decent tool for plotting and import the samples straight from the log.
Code:
Time,ms  XY

   1376.8174
   1378.8144
   1380.8143
   1382.8143
   1384.8164
post #222 of 1549
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Originally Posted by Kragarmendes;13000638 
Either way, if it's not the sensor, looks like Gigabyte pretty much messed up the firmware/MCU or what else could it be?
On the bright side... Can I expect the graphs would look better for a Pyra/Kova[+]?
Dunno, there are many things you can mess up.
I'll try to find some time to make some tests with the Dharma DRM26.
post #223 of 1549
Kragarmendes, if you use .wav file and sound editor you can get MUCH more graphic (or visual) picture of sensor behavior. With it you can easy to see real polling rate, how accurate sensor in some situations etc. without any calculations. I dont understand about what "counting 20 samples" you talk. You can easy see all possible things in .wav file just by zooming and scaling. log-file is not such graphic if you dont add some additional calculations and flexible zooming/scalling feature.
Edited by outerspace - 4/5/11 at 4:59am
post #224 of 1549
From these two pics am i palm or claw or abit of both? the mouse im holding is my new Zowie EC1. Also would you say my hand size is small, medium or large?

http://img34.imageshack.us/i/210tk.jpg/

http://img69.imageshack.us/i/209jl.jpg/
Edited by dmxdex2020 - 4/5/11 at 10:08am
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Is that what he said lol.
post #229 of 1549
sup.

I went to Fry's today, grabbed an IME 3.0 and brought it over to the scales to measure its mass. I tested without the mass of the cable on at least 5 different scales and got results from 86 grams all the way to 117 grams.

Puzzling, but better than nothing.
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post #230 of 1549
Wanted to add that the Zowie EC2 has a problem:

From someone elses thread:
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This is where my EC2 failed big time. Zowie specifically used a special lens to lower the lift off distance on their EC series of mice and claim a lift off distance of around 1.5mm. My Ec2? It seems to have two stages of lift off, if I lift it up it stops tracking the surface at the advertised distance but then a little bit higher it starts tracking the surface again to idiotic heights....I get cursor movement up until 9.6mm. Fail.

Also, thanks for making this spreadsheet. Very useful.
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