My blog traffic shows that a lot of the visitors are looking for information on IMUs (Inertial Measurement Units) like the MPU-6050. Understanding how to use IMUs and access the data they provide can be daunting. However, I just came across a new Arduino library for getting IMU data that looks like it will make things simpler. Written by a company named Richards-Tech, the library is called RTIMULib, and can be found at https://github.com/richards-tech/RTIMULib-Arduino.
What’s incredibly awesome, and more or less unique about this library is that it comes with well-documented sample programs.