Miniature gyroscope could help shrink mobile devices
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Technology is becoming increasing smaller. This trend can be seen in devices recently covered by Springwise. These include a sensor that can fit on a tooth and a robot the size of a molecule. Now, researchers at CalTech may have found a way to shrink gyroscopes. Gyroscopes can be found in almost every piece of mobile technology in use today. Gyroscopes were originally made up of nested wheels, each spinning on a different axis. Most vehicles, drones, and electronic devices use a modern type of gyroscope called microelectromechanical sensors (MEMS). These measure changes in the forces acting on identical masses…
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