6DOF

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6DOF

(6 Degrees Of Freedom) The amount of motion supported in a robotics or virtual reality system. Six degrees provides X, Y and Z (horizontal, vertical and depth) and pitch, yaw and roll. Three degrees of freedom (3DOF) provides X, Y and Z only. See pitch-yaw-roll.
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The Epson IMU has a O300 degrees per second tri-axis gyroscope and O3 G tri-axis accelerometer, for six degrees of freedom.
At University of Zilina (Slovakia) was designed school hexapod with six degrees of freedom.
Passive and active optical components to automate on a insertable support platform in six degrees of freedom (xyz and three rotational axes) can be optimally aligned and permanently fixed, the standards defined to be adjusted light sources (laser diodes and optical fibers) driven active and in power, and long-distance field be characterized optically.
The result will be a complete inertial measurement unit with six degrees of freedom -- a 6DoF IMU -- on a few square millimeters of chip space.
ST's high-performance multi-sensor module with six degrees of freedom targets advanced motion-sensing applications, including remote controls, black-box recorders, and enhanced GPS systems.
Six degrees of freedom means that the system can detect and correct misalignments in patient positioning --making it ideal for the very high accuracy required during critical radiation treatments.
The TrackClip Pro offers full six degrees of freedom (6DOF) optical tracking capability, allowing users to quickly, easily and intuitively look around their game environment with just the slightest head movement.
You select an animation path line and can easily adjust it at any time to view the model in any combination of the six degrees of freedom plus yaw, pitch and roll.
MTS was first to develop road simulators for passenger cars; the first to extend these capabilities to light trucks, and the first to enhance the simulation to six degrees of freedom.
The Mobidisc is designed to provide six degrees of freedom via a mobile-bearing technology, thereby better replicating the natural kinematics of the spine.
Each system will employ six active channels of force and torque control, providing test engineers six degrees of freedom to apply the necessary loads to generate more comprehensive and accurate test results.
The Mobi-C, a true second-generation disc, is designed to provide six degrees of freedom via a mobile bearing technology, potentially allowing for better replication of the natural kinematics of the spine.