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“Drawing inspiration from the iPhone, Apple is also expected to pack the iPad 2 with features like the high-resolution Retina Display and a multi-axis gyroscope, as well as dual cameras for FaceTime video chat support.”
“Man, that NASTAR centrifuge was a kick!" said Dr. Alan Stern via Twitter following his turn in the multi-axis centrifuge.”
“However, it is useless unless applied as part of a multi-axis classification system.”
“One major beef is the phone's multi-axis, Rubik's cube-esque, swivel-socket-hinge joints that allow you to unfold it in seemingly dozens of configurations.”
“This multi-axis approach makes the site more accessible.”
“Of course, gravity is not a deeply pressing issue facing watch owners, but the Astrorégulateur is notable for being a novel approach to something that others have tackled in various ways, like multi-axis or inclined tourbillons.”
“High-performance 3D-chip integration in our smart sensors and multi-axis inertial modules marks another important milestone in our mission to make MEMS ubiquitous in all facets of life.”
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