On 04/03/10 10:20, James Morris wrote:
Yes - I have a cycle computer that can measure cadence. However, I
typically pedal between 60 and 90 rpm which means my reading would only
be available for sampling every 0.7 - 1.0s. It would work, but in the
space of one second my cadence can vary a lot if I'm accelerating so the
sound of the rising revs would be jumpy.
Also, if I suddenly stopped pedalling, it might take up to a second for
the sampler to register and kill the engine noise. I don't think it
would be a very satisfactory experience, which is why I was thinking of
mounting 10 or so magnets around the chainwheel, to be able to sample
the cadence every 0.1s.
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