Let me explain the video:
first few times, I hold my hand still, the motor stops after a particular amount of time like 5 7s, then i move my hand, it spins again.
last time, I keep moving my hand and the motor keep spinning and doesn’t stop.
This is weird, I think maybe it’s because of the motion sensor inside nunchuck somehow. As the title said, wonder if this is THE notorious problem of nunchuck “DROPOUT”. And one thing to notice is that when on the board, your nunchuck hand is supposed to move so no dropout, BUT when on high speed, your posture changes to something more rigid like bend your knees, tuck your nunchuck hand to the back and that’s somehow stand still relatively to the board.(sorry English is not my native language) @lowGuido, @Ulfberht, @longhairedboy, @Michaelinvegas, @mikey, @whitepony @Photorph @Jinra
What do you guys think?