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[SOLVED] Sensing Single Claps and Double Claps
March 28, 2017
5:18 am
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March 10, 2017
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How do I program Edison to detect the difference between a single clap and a double clap?

Thanks in advance.

March 28, 2017
11:05 am
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August 24, 2015
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If you load the “clap controlled driving” program in the “EdBook1 – Your a Controller” option of the load menu in Edware online you can see how we have programmed it.

Basically, we use: 

Wait for event: Clap (detect the first clap), 

Wait for event: time 0.1sec (wait a short time so the detected clap has passed), 

Detect Clap (reads the value of the clap sensor into a junk variable, used to clear the clap sensor),  

Wait for event: time 0.35sec (time in which the second clap can occur), 

If: clap detected (if a clap has been detected at this point, it is the second clap, so the top line of the IF statement is the program for a double clap. the bottom line is the line for only a single clap)

March 29, 2017
4:29 am
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Thank you. That is just what I was looking for. 

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