author James Willcox <snorp@snorp.net>
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 10:17:49 -0600
changeset 225935 51f45407f84333b84df311d0af2b5fab9a189fb6
parent 201786 ae78bb875714c214fb8683420b6f6071c7657fca
child 284279 91d6e262b662a0b4e47358665e222d3927337af9
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1014614 - Rename nsSurfaceTexture to AndroidSurfaceTexture r=jgilbert a=lsblakk

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 * Copyright (C) 2008 The Android Open Source Project
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#ifndef ProcessOrientation_h
#define ProcessOrientation_h

#include "mozilla/Hal.h"

namespace mozilla {

// History of observed tilt angles.

class ProcessOrientation {
  ProcessOrientation() {};
  ~ProcessOrientation() {};

  int OnSensorChanged(const mozilla::hal::SensorData& event, int deviceCurrentRotation);
  int Reset();

  int GetProposedRotation();

  // Returns true if the tilt angle is acceptable for a given predicted
  // rotation.
  bool IsTiltAngleAcceptable(int rotation, int tiltAngle);

  // Returns true if the orientation angle is acceptable for a given predicted
  // rotation. This function takes into account the gap between adjacent
  // orientations for hysteresis.
  bool IsOrientationAngleAcceptable(int rotation, int orientationAngle,
                                    int currentRotation);

  // Returns true if the predicted rotation is ready to be advertised as a
  // proposed rotation.
  bool IsPredictedRotationAcceptable(int64_t now);

  void ClearPredictedRotation();
  void UpdatePredictedRotation(int64_t now, int rotation);
  bool IsAccelerating(float magnitude);
  void ClearTiltHistory();
  void AddTiltHistoryEntry(int64_t now, float tilt);
  bool IsFlat(int64_t now);
  bool IsSwinging(int64_t now, float tilt);
  int NextTiltHistoryIndex(int index);
  float RemainingMS(int64_t now, int64_t until);

  // The tilt angle range in degrees for each orientation. Beyond these tilt
  // angles, we don't even consider transitioning into the specified orientation.
  // We place more stringent requirements on unnatural orientations than natural
  // ones to make it less likely to accidentally transition into those states.
  // The first value of each pair is negative so it applies a limit when the
  // device is facing down (overhead reading in bed). The second value of each
  // pair is positive so it applies a limit when the device is facing up
  // (resting on a table). The ideal tilt angle is 0 (when the device is vertical)
  // so the limits establish how close to vertical the device must be in order
  // to change orientation.
  static const int tiltTolerance[][4];

  // Timestamp and value of the last accelerometer sample.
  int64_t mLastFilteredTimestampNanos;
  float mLastFilteredX, mLastFilteredY, mLastFilteredZ;

  // The last proposed rotation, -1 if unknown.
  int mProposedRotation;

  // Value of the current predicted rotation, -1 if unknown.
  int mPredictedRotation;

  // Timestamp of when the predicted rotation most recently changed.
  int64_t mPredictedRotationTimestampNanos;

  // Timestamp when the device last appeared to be flat for sure (the flat delay
  // elapsed).
  int64_t mFlatTimestampNanos;

  // Timestamp when the device last appeared to be swinging.
  int64_t mSwingTimestampNanos;

  // Timestamp when the device last appeared to be undergoing external
  // acceleration.
  int64_t mAccelerationTimestampNanos;

  struct {
    struct {
      float tiltAngle;
      int64_t timestampNanos;
    } history[TILT_HISTORY_SIZE];
    int index;
  } mTiltHistory;

} // namespace mozilla