HOW IT WORKS
Step on the platform with your trailing leg. Then, place your front foot on the blue section of the front to engage the sensors.
Lean forward and allow the board's electronic controllers to take control. The more you lean, the faster you'll go.
The OneWheel uses a combination of sensors to monitor your motion and provide the correct voltage to the direct drive hub motor.
When you finish riding, simply break contact with the front sensor and dismount the board.
HALL EFFECT SENSOR
This sensor measures output voltage as response to a magnetic field for determining positioning, speed and current sensing applications.
Control loop feedback mechanism that continuously calculates an error value as the difference between a desired setpoint and a measured process variable and applies a correction based on a proportional, integral, and derivative term.
A sensor used for measuring long-term, low- frequency acceleration.
Indicates the rate of change of angle with time for short-term, high-frequency applications.
Figure: Representative diagrams of the three main parts of a onewheel that have been described above.