Ultrasonic tracking devices are one of five discrete kinds of tracker used for 3D positioning in VR hardware. They consist of three high frequency sound wave emitters arranged in a set formation upon the user. Three transceivers, set perpendicular to each other, surround the user.
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Anyone who's driven in a crowded downtown knows that parking can mean almost endless circling in the hunt for a space close to your destination. Now engineers at Rutgers University in New Jersey have combined simple ultrasonic sensors, GPS...
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Researchers at the University of Southern California's Viterbi School of Engineering have successfully demonstrated a novel ?High-resolution Ultrasonic Transmission Tomography? (HUTT) system fthat offers 3D images of soft tissue that are s...
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley's School of Information released a report late Monday (June 1) showing that the most popular Web sites in the United States all share data with their corporate affiliates and allow thir...
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed the first sensor capable of measuring localized ultrasonic cavitation ? the implosion of bubbles in a liquid when a high frequency sound wave is applied. The sensor will help hospitals en...