head motion

head motion

[′hed ‚mō·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The vibrator on a reciprocating table concentrator which imparts motion to the deck.
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The user wears a pair of 3D glasses, and camera-based head tracking is used to compensate the parallax error caused by head motion (figure 8).
Of all progressive lens wearers, around 6% cannot get used to the head motion they required, Dr Stevens emphasised.
The duration of an episodes is defined as the total period during which short attacks occur repeatedly during head motion and visual stimulation or after changes of head position [9, 10].
Embryological Significance: The development of the atlas and axis from the embryological stage to adult life differs from that of other vertebrae because the first two cervical bones are especially adapted to support the head and provide a wide range of head motion.
This amazing product replicates the exact details of the R2-D2: its voice (sound effects), its head motion, its blinking lights, its traveling speed.
This finding supports previous rollover and biomechanical literature that describes how neck compressive loads develop in an ATD due to the arrest of the head motion followed by loading of the torso into the neck.
For VR games, Gear VR for S6 & S6 edge takes video gaming to a completely new level with fully-immersive virtual reality that tracks your head motion so users feel like they are actually inside the game.
This helps you adjust pressure to ensure you develop a better grip, smoother swing and faster club head motion.
Some have the full range of head motion and others can barely move their head at all.
Samsung's Gear VR uses the smartphone's gyroscope, accelerometer and processing power to track head motion.
For head motion controls, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Physical and motor > Switch Control > Switches > Add new switch > Source screen > Camera > Left head movement > Action screen > Siri option.