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I recently did a blog post on sensor fusion, and I included some input I received from Dave Rothenberg of Movea. He had some follow-on comments clarifying some points against my interpretation of our conversation. Unfortunately, I discovered that we have had some issues with our blog comments being visible. That has been fixed, so I wanted to post a new note here with a link to his comments since they’re moved off the front page now.

I thank Dave for his patience as we sorted this.

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