AbsoluteOrientationSensor() constructor creates a new
AbsoluteOrientationSensor object which describes the device's physical orientation in relation to the Earth's reference coordinate system.
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var absoluteOrientationSensor = new AbsoluteOrientationSensor([options])
- options Optional
Options are as follows:
frequency: The desired number of times per second a sample should be taken, meaning the number of times per second that
sensor.onreadingwill be called. A whole number or decimal may be used, the latter for frequencies less than a second. The actual reading frequency depends on the device hardware and consequently may be less than requested.
'screen'. The default is
|Orientation Sensor |
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