Videos / Podcasts
April - 2012
- NXP Capacitive & Proximity Sensor
NXP offers the worlds lowest power consumption touch and proximity sensors available on the market. Our capacitive sensors offer industry-leading robustness to EMC, making NXP a worldwide leader in low power capacitive touch sensors.
June - 2010
- Spider Sensors Helping Predict Volcanic Activity
A collaborative effort by Washington State University researchers, US Geological Survey, and NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab might hold the key to predicting volcanic eruptions.
March - 2010
- Handheld, multi-axis camera stabilization device utilizing MEMS gyro sensors
This device uses MEMS based rate gyro sensors mounted to a gimbaled camera rig to measure the angular rate of the camera's rotation. The gyro signals are amplified to drive DC servo motors coupled to the camera's rotational axes. As a gyro measures the cameras rotation about an axis, the corresponding servo motor applies an opposing torque on the platform to oppose camera rotation.
- Array of MEMS gravity sensors
Demo of ShapeAccelArray™ (SAA), a new monitoring technology that allows engineers to visualize movement in the ground or in solid structures, simply by connecting to the Internet.
July - 2009
- MEMS: Making Micro Machines - Trailer
NSF funded movie about MEMS manufacturing. MEMS includes Texas Instruments' packaging of DLP technology; Hewlett Packard's fabrication of the thermal inkjet print heads; and Freescale's design of sensors. Silicon Run Productions worked with their advisory committee and MEMS Industry Group (MIG) to include a variety of MEMS devices and their applications. More information is available at http://www.memsindustrygroup.org and http://www.siliconrun.com/
- MEMS Industry Group: An Introduction to MEMS
Using the MEMS accelerometer and the digital micromirror as an example, this DVD explores MEMS technology in a concise, easy to understand, 8.5-minute package. Examples of MEMS are given from all industries, including industrial, automotive, life sciences, and consumer electronics.