Have you noticed how user expectations for practically every embedded application have dramatically increased since devices such as Nintendo Wii® and Apple iPhone® became mainstream? What differentiates these innovative gadgets is their translation of physical motion into the digital space using MEMS inertial sensors.

The need to detect and process motion, tilt, rotation, vibration, and shock, has permeated many industries and markets. Activity monitoring, situational awareness for power management, or controlling user interfaces for data entry, are but a few of the growing number of MEMS motion sensing applications. In this webinar, we’ll examine MEMs motion sensing technology, its application, and design considerations. Analog Devices’ iMEMs accelerometers and gyroscopes will be featured in the discussion.