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January 21st, 2005

2005 may be a momentous year for MEMS

Abstract:
As a new year begins, it seems to be a good time to ask: What will 2005 bring? Within the MEMS industry, thereís always something interesting afoot, so letís answer that question by exploring 2004ís accomplishments and developments that could shape 2005. Accelerometers got their foot in the door with cell phones in 2004 Ė a huge accomplishment. But, will the use of accelerometers for peripheral applications, such as pedometers and game controllers, really catch on?

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