3DOF


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3DOF

(3 Degrees Of Freedom) See 6DOF.
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For 3DoF measurements a simple spherically mounted Retro-Reflector is sufficient and up to 1000 Hz sampling rate is possible.
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.
* Piecewise on engaged (3DOF) and disengaged (4DOF) states
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.