InvenSense demos MEMS-based “instant gesture” technology

Apr. 23, 2007 — InvenSense has completed the first public demonstration of its iG (“instant gesture”) technology. Made at the Spring Intel Developers Forum in Beijing, China, the demo featured several motion sensing applications running on Intel’s UMPC and MID mobile platforms, including user interface control, gaming, and GPS navigation.

InvenSense says its highly integrated MEMS motion sensors are designed to meet the stringent market requirements of consumer devices including small size, low cost and robust design. InvenSense’s iG technology promises a more natural and intuitive user interface resulting in faster adoption of new features and higher customer satisfaction.

“InvenSense’s iG technology and motion sensors will enable many killer applications in the UMPC,” said Kelley Johnson, Marketing Manger at Intel.


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