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Hirak Chanda
Kenta Mineo, Hirak Chanda: Electronic stability control system indicator. Robert Bosch, Michael Best & Friedrich, March 10, 2015: US08977430 (1 worldwide citation)

An electronic stability control indication system including a bar-graph-type display, a processor, and a memory. The memory stores instructions that, when executed by the processor, control the operation of the electronic stability control indication system. The system receives a first signal from a ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert R Friedlander, James R Kraemer: Facilitating the more natural aiming of telescopes. International Business Machines Corporation, Duke W Yee, July 1, 2010: US20100165457-A1

The illustrative embodiments provide for a computer implemented method, computer readable medium, and data processing system for adjusting a perceived image seen through an optical observation device. The azimuth-elevation-rotation of the optical observation device is measured relative to an observe ...


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Serge Le Gonidec
Bornert Pierre, Le Gonidec Serge: Device for validating measurements of a kinematic dimension.. Snecma, March 11, 2009: EP2034275-A1

L'invention concerne un dispositif de validation de mesures d'une grandeur cinématique x émanant d'un objet (3) sur lequel sont disposés, selon trois axes principaux, des capteurs principaux (5a,5b,5c) pour mesurer des composantes (V 1 ,V 2 ,V 3 ) de cette grandeur cinématique x , le dispositif comp ...


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Kenneth Richard Fyfe: Motion analysis system. Governors of the University of Alberta, C A Rowley, September 21, 1999: US05955667 (435 worldwide citation)

A device comprised of at least a pair of accelerometers and a tilt sensor mounted in fixed relation to a datum defining plane (sole of a shoe) maybe used for extracting kinematic variables including linear and rotational acceleration, velocity and position. These variables may be resolved into a sel ...


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Brian J Glynn: Computer apparatus input device for three-dimensional information. Triton Technologies, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, January 19, 1993: US05181181 (426 worldwide citation)

A mouse which senses six degrees of motion arising from movement of the mouse within three dimensions. A hand-held device includes three accelerometers for sensing linear translation along three axes of a Cartesian coordinate system and three angular rate sensors for sensing angular rotation about t ...


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William C Tang, Roger T Howe: Laterally driven resonant microstructures. Regents of the University of California, Owen Wickersham & Erickson, June 18, 1991: US05025346 (347 worldwide citation)

A microbridge device for use as a sensor or an actuator is driven parallel to a substrate as a resonant microstructure. The microstructure comprises a stationary thin-film electrode secured to the substrate and located in a plane above it. A movable plate overlaying the substrate is suspended above ...


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Lawrence J Hutchings: Rotational sensor system. Aeceleron Technologies, Sofer & Haroun, October 23, 2001: US06305221 (284 worldwide citation)

A device that measures the distance traveled, speed, and height jumped of a person while running or walking. Accelerometers and rotational sensors are placed in the sole of one shoe along with an electronic circuit that performs mathematical calculations to determine the distance and height of each ...


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Kenneth R Fyfe, James K Rooney, Kipling W Fyfe: Motion analysis system. DyhaStream Innovations, Cesari and McKenna, October 16, 2001: US06301964 (255 worldwide citation)

A device comprised of at least a pair of accelerometers and a tilt sensor mounted in fixed relation to a datum plane defining surface (sole of a shoe) may be used for extracting kinematic variables including linear and rotational acceleration, velocity and position. These variables may be resolved i ...


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Charles Whipple Case Jr, Jason P Martin: Multi-sensor monitoring of athletic performance. Nike, Banner & Witcoff, August 7, 2007: US07254516 (247 worldwide citation)

Athletic performance monitoring systems and methods, many of which utilize, in some manner, global positioning satellite (“GPS”) data, provide data and information to athletes and/or to equipment used by athletes during an athletic event. Such systems and methods may provide route information to ath ...


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Jesse Darley, Paul J Gaudet, Norbert Ohlenbusch, Thomas Blackadar: Monitoring activity of a user in locomotion on foot. Nike, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 3, 2007: US07200517 (247 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, an apparatus comprises a mount, a housing, and a sensor. The mount is adapted to be disposed at least partially underneath a shoelace of a shoe. The housing is configured and arranged to be placed in at least first and second states in relation to the mount, wherein in the first s ...