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MEMS Flow Sensors

tinyurl.com – This tutorial, provided by Digi-Key and Omron, discusses Omrons use of MEMS (micro electro mechanical systems) in mass flow sensors for gases. The various products and their basic operation are presented along with their features, benefits, and applications. Duration : 0:0:55

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MEMS tunneling accelerometer

Experimental setup utilizes labVIEW to control a rate table and compactRIO FPGA. Duration : 0:0:47

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MEMS & Nano Research

Refections on time spent at one of the best research groups in the world. Optical & Semicondiuctor Devices Group, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Imperial College, London Duration : 0:3:35

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Bio-sensor That Uses Semiconductor Diode Structure : DigInfo

DigInfo – www.diginfo.tv NIMS Bio-sensor That Uses Semiconductor Diode Structure Related Links – www.nanotechexpo.jp (nano tech 2009) Duration : 0:1:57

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Whispering Gallery Mode Carousel

A 750nm nanoparticle is trapped with Whispering Gallery Mode Carousel. You can download the paper here: www.opticsinfobase.org Or visit www.mp3l.org for more related publications Whispering gallery mode carousel a photonic mechanism for enhanced nanoparticle detection in biosensing S. Arnold, D. Keng, SI Shopova, S. Holler, W. Zurawsky, and F. Vollmer Optics Express, Vol. 17, Issue […]

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Optical Cloaking FINAL

Here, in the Birck Nanotechnology Center, many innovations are being developed. Optical cloaking is just one example. Duration : 0:0:35

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Swiss Microrobot Playing “Pac Man” I

A gold/nickel microrobot of 300x300x70 micrometer (10^-6 m) dashing through a maze of photoresist walls. The robot is controlled by visual servoing, ie the user clicks a spot and the computer steers it there. The robot and required system was built by a team of researches at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) and […]

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What are MEMs?

MEMs are a new form of circuit breaker that respond to changes in voltage in microseconds instead of the current milliseconds. They are being developed by GE. Duration : 0:1:17

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MEMS Mirror Application

This video shows the application of  the MEMS mirror presented before, for more information have a look on the  OPEN article ‘Scanned Laser Pico-Projectors: Seeing the Big Picture (with a Small Device)’ by Mark Freeman, Mark Champion and Sid Madhavan. Duration : 0:0:39

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MEMS Mirror Animation

Link to OPN article ‘Scanned Laser Pico-Projectors: Seeing the Big Picture (with a Small Device)’ by Mark Freeman, Mark Champion and Sid Madhavan For the application of this MEMS Mirror see next post. Duration : 0:0:26