I'm breaking gravity in my simulation again. Trying to switch from Euler angles to quaternions (4 dimensional representation of an orientation in 3 dimensional space), since they don't have the same problems with singularities, but the rotation isn't quite working properly.
I have a discrepancy of about 20 cm/s^2 that won't go away.
Matlab is very unhappy with me asking it to generate 48 graphs when I run my algorithm.
Most are fine, and then every once in a while there will be one that is weird. Maybe the window is entirely blue. Maybe all the text is missing...
The graph before it is fine. The graph after it is also fine. It is not always the same graph that dies. But Matlab wants me to know that it isn't happy.
So my motion simulator position for this test run is: Blue.
My algorithm has passed all the tests I have run so far. No version of this algorithm has worked this well up to now.
I'm at the point where I think my supervisors might say it is good enough to move on to the next steps.
It will need more thorough testing, but I'm at the point where I'm going to have to write the additional test cases, because up to now there hasn't been a point in having them ready.
@phildini @Annalee I'm seeing a weird bug, where my Local Timeline will stream new posts, but if I refresh the page most of them vanish and I only see a handful of posts, mostly from a single user. I only see those same handful of posts when I first open the tab.
This is happened across multiple browsers, so someone suggested it might be a server side error and I should ask admins for help. Do you have any ideas on what could fix this?
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