CurrentValueChanged event is raised, by default, 50 times a second and reflects the raw hardware sensor readings. Updating UI elements based on the raw values from the accelerometer can make elements appear jittery, much like the effects of Brownian motion under a microscope. You can allow your app to appear more stable by smoothing the readings received by the accelerometer through ignoring small changes in acceleration.
Some apps may benefit from some degree of smoothing, yet may need to react quickly to sudden fluctuations in reading values, such as games, which usually need input to be as direct as possible. This section looks at applying various data smoothing techniques to reduce jitter ...