Nanotech 2006 Vol. 3
Nanotech 2006 Vol. 3
Technical Proceedings of the 2006 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 3

Sensors & Systems Chapter 4

Some Novel Applications for Wireless Inertial Sensors

Authors: J.A. Paradiso

Affilation: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States

Pages: 431 - 434

Keywords: biomotion sensing, badge platforms, wireless sensors, sensor networks, ubiquitous computing

Abstract:
Sensors have followed a corollary of Moore’s Law as they progressively decrease in size, cost, and often power. Nowhere is this more evident than with inertial sensor systems, as MEMS-based devices become steadily smaller and exhibit better performance. A designer can now implement a sensor suite that was once restricted to heavy platforms such as satellites onto the form factor of a wristwatch – when wedded with low-cost RF networking and every-more capable embedded processing, many novel applications are enabled. This paper overviews a selected subset of projects from the Media Lab’s Responsive Environments Group that result from this trend and exploit compact inertial sensing in different ways.


ISBN: 0-9767985-8-1
Pages: 913
Hardcopy: $119.95

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