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  • n. Plural form of accelerometer.


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

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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

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

  • The findings are important because they rely on actual steps taken and the intensity of movement recorded by gadgets called accelerometers strapped to each of the participants. - Home Page

  • In the NFL, where concussions are also a major concern, the league is testing helmets, targeting helmet-on-helmet hits and recently announced a plan to place devices called "accelerometers" in players' helmets to measure the impact of head hits. - Home Page

  • The iPhone® and the iPod Touch® use motion sensors called accelerometers that detect motion.

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  • The NetQuakes instruments, installed free by the USGS, would supplement the agency's badly limited network of highly sophisticated devices called accelerometers that now measure ground shaking whenever quakes strike the San Andreas Fault Zone that includes all the Bay Area's many fault strands, including the most dangerous: the Hayward, the Rodgers Creek and the Calaveras, where probabilities of a truly disastrous quake grow larger every year.

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  • Nokia Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. are incorporating new technologies, such as global-positioning systems, touch screens and "accelerometers," which allow gamers to control the action by tilting their phones.

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