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03-09-2020
07:07 PM

03-09-2020
07:07 PM

BNO055 data interpretation

I needed a detiled explanation on the data output given by BNO055.

I was retriving euler angles from the BNO055 which I assumed to be in XYZ extrinsic(ie zyx[yaw,pitch,roll] intrinsic). But it does not seem to match with a software that I use. The software I use, uses right handed curl rule(i.e anti-clockwise rotation as positive) and it seems BNO055 uses left handed curl rule(i.e clockwise rotation as positive)

I am trying to decompose the matrix to retrive Intrinsic rotations from the angles given. So knowing the Actual sequence of Extrinsic rotation is crucial. So it will be helpful it is mentioned. Also the the BNO055 gives euler values in the Heading, roll and pitch values But the pitch values given by BNO055 is about X axis which when compared to standard yaw pitch roll matches with the Y axis hence decomposing the Euler angles doesnot work properly.

**can you please mention the proper euler angle extrinsic sequence given by BNO055 ?**

I know its good to use Quaternion output when using for big angles I tried using it as well and comparing with the angles given by the software which uses Right handed curl rule and the signs of the quaternion output by BNO055 differ (although values are the same)

So it seems that the BNO055 uses left handed curl rule(i.e clockwise positive) OR I am getting it wrong all together.

I need a reliable method to convert quaternion to a rotational matrix(extrinsic most probably) and then decompose to find the intrinsic rotation or directly convert to Intrinsic angles from the matrix. But the problem is with the sequence and the sign(clcokwise or anti-clockwise rotation).

I am refering wikipedia for most of the data

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03-11-2020
05:36 PM

03-11-2020
05:36 PM

Re: BNO055 data interpretation

I'm not entirely sure what your issue is...

BNO055 Euler angle output is configured by the register map : either Windows or Android format. In addition, the BNO055 automatically switches the reference plane automatically wheter it is mounted on the top side or bottom side of the PCB. From your question alone I would highly recommend that you simply forget the BNO055 output altogether.

Starting with the quaternions, you can re-calculate the Euler angles in floating point in your host, in the format that you like.

The document snippet attached helped many before you.

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03-22-2020
06:51 AM

03-22-2020
06:51 AM

Re: BNO055 data interpretation

Ok. Understood thank yout for the answer.

had another doubt. The quaternion output denotes what active or passive rotation. Does the quaternion denote IMU's frame with respect to the world frame or the world frame with respect to the IMU 's frame.

suppose i want to calculate difffeernce in angle(euler) between two consecutive IMU reading (measured in quaternion)?

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03-23-2020
03:21 PM

03-23-2020
03:21 PM

Re: BNO055 data interpretation

The rotation vector is using a fixed frame of reference.

In IMU mode, the reference angle is the orientation when the device was turned on.

In NDOF and compass modes, the reference angle is the orientation when the device was turned on at first, then there is a single discontinuity in the signal when magnetic North is found. The rotation vector is then the angle between the sensor and magnetic North.

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In IMU mode, the reference angle is the orientation when the device was turned on.

In NDOF and compass modes, the reference angle is the orientation when the device was turned on at first, then there is a single discontinuity in the signal when magnetic North is found. The rotation vector is then the angle between the sensor and magnetic North.

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