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Quotex y movementsNote that that's velocity, not position.
No, to get relative position, you need to integrate velocity over time.
Quote from: cyberfish on March 30, 2010, 12:34:54 PMNo, to get relative position, you need to integrate velocity over time.http://www.computer-engineering.org/ps2mouse/
Ah, relative position to the previous reading.That IS velocity.Velocity is the derivative of position, which is the change in position over some period of time (between 2 readings).
Anyways, we all know what we are talking about. This is just terminology/interpretation. Let's leave it at that.
If you move the mouse at a constant velocity, value returned will be constant non-zero.
All those behaviours match that of velocity.If it smells like, feels like, and looks like velocity... I'm gonna call it velocity.