IMEMS

AcronymDefinition
IMEMSInternational Marine Environmental Modeling Seminar
IMEMSIntegrated Microelectromechanical System
IMEMSInstitute for Medieval and Early Modern Studies (UK)
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"Analog Devices' iMEMS motion sensing technology provided the right level of performance for our MVN suit design objectives," says Casper Peeters, CEO of Xsens.
Martin added, "Xsens, which has a deep understanding of what motion signal processing is capable of, has demonstrated that our iMEMS motion sensors don't just improve the quality of game play, they can actually be used in the development of the characters themselves."
Dr Giles Gasper from Durham University's Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies (IMEMS), said: "Some of the medical recipes in this book seem to have stood the test of time, some emphatically haven't.
The food recipes were discovered by Professor Faith Wallis, an expert in medical history and science and an international advisory board member of IMEMS.
Xsens MVN is equipped with 17 motion trackers containing more than 80 iMEMS inertial sensors and 17 Black-fin[R] DSPs from Analog Devices.
Each sensor in the unit combines the company's iMEMS technology and signal conditioning to optimize the IMU's 10- DoF (degrees-of-freedom) dynamic performance.
The ADIS16135 precision angular rate gyro and the ADIS16385 iSensor internal measurement unit (IMU) are both based on ADI's iMEMS inertial sensor technology cores and offer 66[degrees]hr.
Analog Devices' ADIS16355 inertial measurement unit (IMU) uses the company's iMEMS Motion Signal Processing Technology.
They feature the company's iMEMS angular rate sensor technology for immunity to shock and vibration.