Yes, it in fact has an accelerometer
No. The black box is a recorder, while an accelerometer feeds an instrument.
You can't. If you are having intermittent or permanent problems with your accelerometer, you need to get your unit serviced or exchanged or live without the accelerometer.
With a super accurate sensor called an accelerometer. The accelerometer senses the acceleration of the iPod in different directions, so when you move your iPod up or down the accelerometer the motion into a signal.
A tool to measure acceleration
The iPad has something inside it called an accelerometer. An accelerometer senses motion and tells the iPad which way is up.
An accelerometer is used to measure proper acceleration. This is the acceleration felt by people and objects. Such accelerations are measured in terms of G-Force.
Acceleration is measured using an instrument called an ACCELEROMETER The simplest home-made accelerometer is a liquid-surface accelerometer, with water in a transparent liquid container with boxy sides. The slope of the liquid surface is a measurement of acceleration.
Metres per second squared (m/s^2) Acceleration can be measured with an accelerometer. The simplest home-made accelerometer is a liquid-surface accelerometer, with water in a transparent liquid container with boxy sides. The slope of the liquid is a measurement of acceleration.
Acceleration can be measured using an accelerometer.
When the aircraft is in straight & level flight , accelerometer reads 1g , as the aircraft comes to land on the ground 1g tuns to ZERO
The functionalities of accelerometer include detecting the movement and change the display accordingly during the course of rotating the iPhone from portraits to landscape.
The accelerometer in a Nintendo Wii controller basically detects a 3-axis range of movement by using a digital accelerometer. This accelerometer detects movement in these three particular axis by sensing small voltage changes that occur in the accelerometer during movement in each of the three axis. Google "how does an accelerometer work" and you will get a little better understanding of how this works. The one axis, however, that the accelerometer in the Wii remote does not detect is rotation on a flat X plane. So in other words if I hold the Wii remote flat, parallel to the ground, and begin to rotate it left and right while still keeping the remote flat to the ground the accelerometer would not detect that movement. This is why the Wii has the sensor bar with the two emitting IR LEDs in it. The Wii remote has an infrared camera on it and when it sees the IR LEDs on the sensor bar it is able to provide tracking data to the console and track the X plane movement of the remote. Hope this somewhat answers your question! Thanks.
to measure the vibration or accelerationof motin of a structure
That would be an Accelerometer.
The 1st gen ipod touch only comes with the accelerometer, not the app store, you will have to upgrade the firmware to 2.1, for around $9.90.
Yes it does. it is capaple with games that you can get on the iphone
An accelerometer measures freefall, which isn't very useful to iPod owners. However, this app can be used to help program games that require tilting or shaking of the device.
No. An accelerometer measures its own acceleration relative to freefall. A watch just tells time. One can extrapolate his or her acceleration relative to freefall using a watch, but the watch itself can't tell you how fast you're accelerating. If you're the one doing the calculation, you're the accelerometer, in a sense.There are watches with accelerometers, but an ordinary watch can't be used that way.
oh yes. I would think it rare in normal use, but any kind of potential short circuit, such as the presence of moisture, or a drop beyond the rating for the accelerometer would be the most likely causes for an accelerometer to break.