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March 12, 2019
By: John Strpko from Saint Johns, MI United States  


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Same board as other sites, but MUCH cheaper... June 18, 2016
By: Kurt Roesener from San Diego, CA United States  
This one worked right out of the box and have tried it with several experiments.

One other site, has this in purple and charges $41...Not going to shop there!

Addicore all the way!

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Great value March 21, 2016
By: George Simmons from CMCH , NJ United States  
Easy to use and interface, well made - no issues with quality. I like that it has an on-board voltage regulator. It also measures temperature, which I don't think was stated.

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3-Axis Gyroscope and Accelerometer IMU March 15, 2016
By: Laurie Pratt from Sandy, UT United States  
Ordered for my son. He said it's just what he needed.

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GY-521 MPU6050 3-Axis Gyroscope and Accelerometer October 6, 2015
By: Jo Soo from Palo Alto, CA United States  
Sensor works fine.

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Tested - worked good August 30, 2015
By: Kevin H from Castle Rock, CO United States  
Tested - worked good.  Have been working around with interaction with graphics on this currently.  Here are a couple of good links - http://blog.bitify.co.uk/2013/11/3d-opengl-visualisation-of-data-from.html

Also with processing ide and arduino - http://diyhacking.com/arduino-mpu-6050-imu-sensor-tutorial/

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Good value June 1, 2015
By: Frank Milburn from Seattle, WA United States  
Was able to get this running quickly in raw mod with Energia. More developed demos exist for Arduino. Still learning how to use it...

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