July 28, 2014
This namespace provides APIs to access the accelerometer and other sensors on the phone.
If you use this API in your app, you must specify the following capabilities in the app manifest. Otherwise, your app might not work correctly or it might exit unexpectedly.
Windows Phone 8, Windows Phone OS 7.1
For more info, see App capabilities and hardware requirements for Windows Phone 8.
|Accelerometer||Provides Windows Phone applications access to the device’s accelerometer sensor.|
|AccelerometerFailedException||The exception that may be thrown during a call to Start() or Stop(). The Message field describes the reason for the exception and the ErrorId field contains the error code from the underlying native code implementation of the accelerometer framework.|
|AccelerometerReadingEventArgs||Provides data for ReadingChanged events.|
|CalibrationEventArgs||Provides data for Calibrate and events.|
|Compass||Provides Windows Phone applications access to the device’s compass sensor.|
|Gyroscope||Provides Windows Phone applications access to the device’s gyroscope sensor.|
|Motion||Provides Windows Phone applications information about the device’s orientation and motion.|
|SensorBase<TSensorReading>||The base class for all Windows Phone sensor classes.|
|SensorFailedException||Represents the exception that is thrown when a sensor operation fails.|
|SensorReadingEventArgs<T>||Provides data for CurrentValueChanged events.|
|AccelerometerReading||Contains the acceleration and timestamp for an accelerometer reading, indicating the magnitude and direction of forces applied to the device.|
|AttitudeReading||Contains information about the orientation of the device in space.|
|CompassReading||Contains information about the magnetic field detected by the device’s compass sensor, which can be used to determine the orientation of the device relative to the Earth’s magnetic field.|
|GyroscopeReading||Contains information about the rotation acceleration of the device.|
|MotionReading||Contains information about the orientation and movement of the device.|
|ISensorReading||The interface that is implemented by all sensor reading classes.|