accelerometer attached to the cardiac walls of patients who are recovering from by-pass surgery.
Your speed is monitored using a trainer mounted accelerometer (Foot Pod) that wirelessly transmits your speed.
Children in the Sports Pro-Active program will have their activity levels monitored using a device called an accelerometer.
These changes are detected by an accelerometer and interpreted as a command.
The 3D accelerometer that changed the pitch has been replaced with a 1D one that is easier to control.
It is a surface micromachined piezoelectric accelerometer employing a zinc oxide (ZnO) active piezoelectric film.
The navigation module contains both a 3-axis fluxgate magnetometer & a 3-axis accelerometer.
triaxial accelerometer and balance performance monitor simultaneously.
These can include moving imagery in the background, like floating flower petals, but there are also some variants that take advantage of the accelerometer on certain phones.
It is a very popular mobile phone for a number of reasons, including the innovative touchscreen display and creative use of the tilt sensor (accelerometer).
Quiet stance was assessed using a triaxial accelerometer and balance performance monitor simultaneously.
accelerometer devices attached, scattered randomly over the surface of a spinning disk.
accelerometer array signals.
accelerometer data collected through the pedestrian impactor testing in EuroNCAP.
The HMR3300 is a three-axis, tilt compensated compass that uses a two-axis accelerometer for enhanced performance up to a 60° tilt range.
See also the HMC1055 which includes a HMC1051, HMC1052 and a two axis accelerometer for this application.
To measure pitch and roll information, a two-axis tilt sensor, or a two or three-axis accelerometer is commonly used.
accelerometer for enhanced performance up to a 60° tilt range.
The most accurate pedometer in our range uses solid state accelerometer technology instead of the traditional mechanical pendulum used in most other pedometers.
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