Describing motion mathematically and successfully applying that motion can be
challenging. This session covers the definition of linear and angular motion,
coordinate frames of reference, and the mathematical representations of motion
including Euler angles, direction cosine matrices and quaternions.
This session discusses current motion sensing technologies such as
MEMS linear accelerometers, angular velocity sensors (MEMS gyroscopes),
magnetometers, cameras and sensor fusion solutions including IMUs.
Motion applications including cursor control, joystick, gestures and
virtual 3D object control will be discussed.
Matt presented this talk at Embedded Systems Conferences in 2011. The
- ESC Chicago Jun 6-8, 2011
- ESC Silicon Valley May 2-5, 2011