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Wearable Sensors and Indoor Navigation MotionTracking Demonstration by InvenSense at CES 2012

InvenSense, a Sunnyvale-based developer of interface solutions with integrated MotionTracking devices designed for consumer electronics, has announced its participation at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 tradeshow.

The company will showcase its state-of-the-art interface innovations for smart TVs, tablets, smartphones, game controllers and wearable sensors. The range of IDG -2020/IXZ-2020 gyroscopes designed specifically for optical image stabilization (OIS) support in smart phone camera modules will be demonstrated in the tradeshow along with MotionFusion and factory calibration firmware designed to ensure optimal performance delivery by the calibration procedures and the sensor fusion algorithms. The CES 2012 tradeshow will be held from 10-13 January, 2012 at Las Vegas, Nevada. The InvenSense technologies will be showcased at room number MP25575 at South Hall 2.

Motion interface is an essential function in consumer electronic devices and for tracking constant and complex user defined motion, accurately, requiring advanced motion sensors such as compasses, accelerometers, gyroscopes and pressure sensors. To ensure error-free and the best user experience, continuous run-time calibration is essential along with defined input commands. This is achieved by fusing the multiple sensor outputs to generate a single data stream that can be translated into input commands in the electronic devices.

The latest InvenSense motion interface solutions that will be featured in the tradeshow include 2-axis gyroscopes, MotionTracking devices for location-based services and navigation for indoor pedestrians, MotionTracking devices with embedded wearable sensors for fitness and health applications and optimal performance delivery with run-time calibration firmware and MotionFusion.

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