Early last year I mentioned a library that utilizes Core Motion to detect how fast a user is moving to determine if the user is walking, running or in a moving vehicle called SOMotionDetector.
Here’s an open source Swift library that simplifies working with the CoreMotion Framework providing a nice wrapper called MotionKit from Muhammad Haroon Baig.
MotionKit greatly simplifies the gathering of accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer values.
You can gather the values together or separately.
This example from the readme shows how to gather accelerometer values
(x, y, z) in
//Do whatever you want with the x, y and z values
println("X: \(x) Y: \(y) Z \(z)")
You can find MotionKit on Github here
You can read more about MotionKit over on Haroon Baig’s blog.
A nice Swift based library for working with Core Motion.
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