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  • noun Plural form of accelerometer.

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Examples

  • Moving the iPhone or iPod Touch, which have built-in accelerometers, directs the toy helicopterforward and backward andturning and other directions.

    CES: Control this toy helicopter with your iPhone

  • Current microelectromechanical systems – used in accelerometers, car air-bag triggers, and optical switches that transfer light from one fiber to another – have moving parts separated by about one micrometer.

    Levitating Nanomachines | Impact Lab

  • Steven M. Scharf, director of the University of Maryland's Sleep Disorders Center in Baltimore, says that the products are based on motion-sensitive devices called accelerometers - less-sophisticated versions of the technology he uses to track patients' sleep.

    Apps and gadgets to track your sleep

  • Steven M. Scharf, director of the University of Maryland's Sleep Disorders Center in Baltimore, says that the products are based on motion-sensitive devices called accelerometers - less-sophisticated versions of the technology he uses to track patients' sleep.

    Apps and gadgets to track your sleep

  • The researchers put six small sensors known as accelerometers in helmets of high-school football players in Indiana.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The researchers put six small sensors known as accelerometers in helmets of high-school football players in Indiana.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The researchers put six small sensors known as accelerometers in helmets of high-school football players in Indiana.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The sensors -- called accelerometers -- are cheap and easy to make.

    FOXNews.com

  • The researchers put six small sensors known as accelerometers in helmets of high-school football players in Indiana.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The researchers put six small sensors known as accelerometers in helmets of high-school football players in Indiana.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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