Smaller motion sensor should enable ‘smart clothes’




A smaller motion sensor should enable ‘smart clothes’. An American company has made a sensor which is half as large as the current page, thereby allowing the integration of the sensor in, for example, sportswear must be possible.

For example, the company mCube thinks of sensors in golf apparel, allowing users to see how their swing was immediately writes MIT Technology Review. Although the motion sensor is already available in China and even a circulation of tens of millions of copies is made, the sensor in clothing is not yet available. The main obstacle is how the sensor comes to energy in order to function.

The smaller motion sensor would be more economical and more precise operation, because the mechanism of the sensor itself and the part to read the data are in the same enclosure. The smaller sensor is still intended for low-cost smartphones, in which the sensor gyroscope from expensive devices must be replaced. When the ‘smart clothes’ to come on the market mCube does not say.



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