Tri-axial MEMS gyroscopes and Six Degree-Of-Freedom Motion Sensors

@article{Vigna2011TriaxialMG,
  title={Tri-axial MEMS gyroscopes and Six Degree-Of-Freedom Motion Sensors},
  author={Benedetto Vigna},
  journal={2011 International Electron Devices Meeting},
  year={2011},
  pages={29.1.1-29.1.3}
}
  • Benedetto Vigna
  • Published 2011 in 2011 International Electron Devices Meeting
Only six years passed since the dawn of the Motion Sensors Era in the Consumer market and now the world of MEMS Motion Sensors is completely different. Till end of first Half of 2010, when STMicroelectronics did a bold step in the production of MEMS gyroscopes, accelerometers were the most pervasive motion sensor, but today also gyroscopes are widely spread in the consumer market and known to the wide public. Combinations of these two inertial products, also known as Six Degree-Of-Freedom… CONTINUE READING

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