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Balance Board

Balance board functions
	Vector4 GetBalanceBoard(int remote)
		int remote : the number of the remote(0-15)
		- Returns the weight in kilograms on each of the four sensors in the balance board. 
		The x-value is the top right sensor.
		The y-value is the top left sensor.
		The z-value is the bottom right sensor.
		The w-value is the bottom left sensor.

	Vector4 GetRawBalanceBoard(int remote)
		int remote : the number of the remote(0-15)
		- Returns the raw values generated by the four sensors in the balance board. 
		The x-value is the top right sensor.
		The y-value is the top left sensor.
		The z-value is the bottom right sensor.
		The w-value is the bottom left sensor.

	Vector2 GetCenterOfBalance(int remote)
		int remote : the number of the remote(0-15)
		- Returns a Vector 2 representing the distribution of weight on the balance board. The x-value 
                  represents the difference in weight between the right and left sides. The y-value represents the 
                  difference in weight between the front and back sides.
		- If there is no weight or the weight is evenly distributed, Vector2.zero is returned.

	float GetTotalWeight(int remote)
		int remote : the number of the remote(0-15)
		- Returns the total weight on the balance board in kilograms.



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