3DOF


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3DOF

(3 Degrees Of Freedom) See 6DOF.
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Perhaps the only surprising bit of info is that the Focus comes with a 3DoF controller, though I was assured that it will still give "a very good experience" when paired with the 6DoF headset.
The COG and the scale factor are detected, in the manner described for the first layer, andprovide the3Dposition(3DOF)ofthe target.
[10] used a 3DOF elasticplastic Shanley-type model to understand the dependence of anomalous region on system parameters.
The initial cells are equipped to switch between high multisite testing of 3DOF magnetometer devices on a strip or 3DOF and 2DOF accelerometer devices in a carrier.
The vector p = [([p.sub.x], [p.sub.y], [p.sub.z]).sup.T] represents the three degrees of freedom (3DOF) position of the object in the corresponding coordinate system.
To show the effectiveness of the above described control structure we present a control system for a nonlinear state-space model of low-frequency 3DOF motions of the "Wimpey Sealab" ship [20].
Thus, the threedegreeof-freedom (3DOF) dynamics of a point mass entry vehicle model (in a geodetic coordinate frame) can be described through the following equations of motion:
Pacheco, "An experimental and analytical study of autoparametric resonance in a 3DOF model of cable-stayed-beam," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
A SOI-MEMS-based 3DOF planar parallel-kinematics nanopositioning stage, Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 147: 340-351.
OTIS4 is a point mass, three degree of freedom (3DOF) simulation program for single vehicles.