This is as far as I've gotten. Im pretty much stuck here.Originally posted by bennyandthejets

Hmmm. If you order the sensors from first received to last received (let's say A, B, and C) then you know the DIFFERENCE in distance between A B and C. You don't however yet know any distances. Ie:

'a' is the distance between object and A

'b' is the distance between object and B

'c' is the distance between object and C

∆AB is the time difference between A and B reception

so, b=a+(344*∆AB)

This means that distance 'b' is distance 'a' plus 344 times the time difference (assuming time is in seconds).

You could make a whole lot of those equations, but I don't think they could ever tell you a concrete distance, just a bunch of relations.

Does anyone think otherwise?