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  • 1. presented byP.CHAITANYA09131A1275ITMOTIONSENSINGTECHNOLOGY5/22/20131
  • 2. Overviewo What is a sensor?o Motion sensoro Types of motion sensorso Motion Detectiono Types of Motion Sensingo Dual sense technologyo Motion Sensor in mobileo Motion sensor in Gameso Conclusiono References5/22/20132
  • 3. Sensoro A sensor is a device which receives andresponds to a signal.o A sensor (also called detector) is a converterthat measures a physical quantity and convertsit into a signal which can be read by anobserver or by an (today mostly electronic)instrument.5/22/20133
  • 4. Specifications of Sensor Accuracy: error between the result of ameasurement and the true value being measured. Resolution: the smallest increment of measure thata device can make. Sensitivity: the ratio between the change in theoutput signal to a small change in input physicalsignal. Repeatability/Precision: the ability of the sensor tooutput the same value for the same input over anumber of trials.5/22/20134
  • 5. Types of sensors There are many versions of each type which mayuse a different sensing principle or may bedesigned to operate within different ranges. The sensors are used to measure and/or detect ahuge variety of conditions including: temperature,pressure, level, humidity, speed, motion, distance,light or the presence/absence of an object andmany other types.5/22/20135
  • 6. Motion sensors The term ‘Motion sensors’ can be used to refer to anykind of sensing system which is used to detect motion;motion of any object or motion of human beings. Motion sensor is also called as motion detector. Motion sensors are commonly used in security systemsas triggers for automatic lights or remote alarms andsimilar applications.5/22/20136
  • 7. Types of Motion sensors The way in which a motion sensor workstypically depends on the type of sensor beingused, which often depends on the device thatuses the sensor.There are two basic types of motion sensors: Active Sensors Passive Sensors5/22/20137
  • 8. Active sensors Active sensors emit a signal, typically an burstof (light, microwaves or sound) waves which isreflected by the surroundings. The reflected signal is received by the sensorand takes necessary action. When something moves within the area of anactive motion sensor, the change in signalthat is reflected to the sensor activates thesystem.5/22/20138
  • 9.  The active sensor is one of the most common andreliable sensors used in a security system. For example, when an automatic faucet senseshands underneath it, a device is signaled to runwater in the sink.5/22/20139Contd...
  • 10. Passive sensor Passive sensors are a type of motionsensor that do not emit a signal, butinstead detect infrared radiation aroundthe sensor. As this sensor detects temperaturedifferences, it is well suited to detectingthe motion of people by their bodytemperature.5/22/201310
  • 11. 5/22/201311Use as a human detection sensor toautomaticallyturn lights on when a person is present in a roomand to turn them off when nobody is there.When a person oranimal moves throughthe area, heat from themovement is detectedby the sensor, which thenactivates the system towhich it is connectedContd...
  • 12. Motion sensing is used in number ofapplications• Automated lighting system• Security systems• Smart Floodlights• Burglar Alarm• Radar Guns5/22/201312 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • 13. Advantages of Motionsensor Saves time Security Easy to install Saves energy Powerful transmission5/22/201313
  • 14. Motion detectionMotion detection is the process of detecting achange in position of an object relative to itssurroundings or the change in the surroundingsrelative to an object.Motion can be detected by: Infrared (Passive and active sensors) Optics (video and camera systems) Radio Frequency Energy (radar, microwave motiondetection) Sound (microphones and acoustic sensors) Vibration (seismic sensors) 5/22/201314
  • 15. TYPES OF MOTION SENSING Local Motion Sensing Ultrasonic Motion Sensing Microwave Motion Sensing5/22/201315
  • 16. Local motion sensing Infrared light is a spectrum of non-visible — forhumans at least — light that is emitted byobjects when they produce heat. Infrared motion sensor systems are one of thecheapest and most reliable systems available. An infrared motion detector uses infraredsensing to detect motion in a given area.5/22/201316
  • 17.  The use of infrared technology usually allows such adetector to only pick up on heat. Infrared sensors are characterized by highsensitivity, low cost and are widely used. An infrared motion detector can also be set to onlypick up on certain levels of heat, making it possibleto ignore small animals. This type of detector is often used as part of alarger security system. 5/22/201317Contd...
  • 18. Ultrasonic motion sensing Ultrasonic motion detectors use sound waves todetect motion. If movement is detected, the soundwave pattern is disrupted and alarm is signaled. It senses motion byanalyzing sound wavesin its environment. These frequencies are generally inaudible tohumans and most animals and do not pass throughmost objects. 5/22/201318
  • 19.  Active motion sensors generate soundwaves in the ultrasonic frequency range,typically around 30 to 50 kilohertz (kHz). When no objects are moving in the area,the pattern of sound and the time it takes tobounce back remain the same. If something moves, the detector sensesthat the level or phase of the returningsound waves has shifted slightly.5/22/201319Contd...
  • 20. Microwave motion sensing Microwave motion sensor systems send outmicrowavesthat bounce off an object and back to the sensor. The sensor then readsthe frequency of thereturning waves. If an object is moving, the sensor receives differentmicrowaves than the ones it sent out, signifyingmovement and setting off the alarm.5/22/201320
  • 21.  These types of motion sensor systems cover alarger area than infrared sensors, they arecapable of penetrating walls. They are more reliable over longer distances. Their radiation is unhealthy for living organisms. Despite this, they are the least popular motionsensor system on the market because of theirtheir cost.5/22/201321Contd...
  • 22. Dual sense technology Dual technology systems use a combination ofinfrared and microwave motion sensor systems toprovide the most complete coverage available. Using both forms of technology allows dual motionsensor systems to reduce the occurrence of falsealarms by combining the microwave technology’scoverage range and the infrared technology’s use ofheat sensing. The dual technology system is rapidly gainingpopularity among homeowners and businesses alike.5/22/201322
  • 23. CELL PHONES WITH MOTIONSENSORS The motion sensor used inmobile phones is accelerometerwhich is a complex motion sensor. It translates motion into action onthe screen. Accelerometers are used in tabletcomputers and digital cameras sothat images on screens are alwaysdisplayed upright.5/22/201323
  • 24. Motion sensing in Games Motion sensing technologyis an emerging technologyin Gaming. Our focus technology will be Microsoft’s Xbox360 Kinectperipheral, which is the first demonstrator of touch free motionsensing. The primary innovation of Kinect (and the most secretive) is thedevice that enables advanced posture, gesture, facial, andvoice recognition.5/22/201324
  • 25. The Kinect is composed of three major hardware componWebcamAn Infrared projector and sensorMicrophoneKinect5/22/201325
  • 26. Challenges faced Limited Camera And Sensor Capability Better Audio Sensing Capability Limited Body Recognition5/22/201326
  • 27. ConclusionMotion sensing, though important in gaming, willultimately make its biggest impact in non-gamingapplications5/22/201327
  • 28. References http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/sensors/sensors_motion.html www.wikianswers.com/sensing www.wikipedia/motionsensing www.wisegeeks.com www.howstufffworks.com5/22/201328
  • 29. Thank you5/22/201329

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