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How MEMS sensors (like your smart phone accelerometer) works
posted January 12 2015 19:41.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




MEMS stands for Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems and it is a category of microchips which embed micro-mechanical parts. An accelerometer is a very familiar device. MEMS use the same technique of chip manufacturing, but they host inside tiny mechanical structures.





The following video is the perfect entry to the world of MEMS.



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