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A Chirp By Any Other Name Just Wouldn’t Be The Same

Chirp Microsystems and Their Ultrasonic Sensing Solution

We’ve all heard of six degrees of separation, right? But what about six degrees of freedom? In this week’s Fish Fry, David Horsley of Chirp Microsystems joins us to discuss the details of Chirp Micro’s innovative ultrasonic sensing solutions. David and I chat about what this six degrees of freedom business is all about, how their ultrasonic software library and gesture classification libraries work together, why MEMS-based ultrasound can go toe-to-toe with today’s optical systems, and why you should consider ultrasonic sensing in your next consumer electronic design. 


 

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