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Gyroscopes are widely used to measure the orientations and rotation speeds of moving objects – but according to one pair of researchers, the techniques we currently use to measure them are introducing significant and easily avoidable errors. Through their research, Dr Sara Stančin | Dr Sašo Tomažič, both at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, introduce a mathematical framework which accounts for how all three rotations measured by a gyroscope happen simultaneously, rather than in a sequence.

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This SciPod is a summary of the paper ‘Angle Estimation of Simultaneous Orthogonal Rotations from 3D Gyroscope Measurements’, from Sensors. https://doi.org/10.3390/s110908536

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