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Wednesday, September 22 • 10:00am - 10:30am
ENGY: Game Controller on your Fingertip: How Battery Performance Influences the Design & Construction of a Miniaturized Wireless Motion Sensor

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Miniaturized sensors allow for data collection in a wealth of new use cases. Challenges arise in terms of power budgeting, design and assembly of miniaturized devices. In this talk we present a case study in designing a fingertip game controller based on a Bluetooth-enabled IMU. We present a power analysis of the sensor in different operation modes, the relationship between power requirements and battery characteristics, and the assembly of such a small form-factor device.

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Leland Smith

Chief Operating Officer, Millibatt
As COO of Millibatt, I am primarily responsible for overseeing the development and scaling of battery manufacturing processes. Co-invented a photopatternable electrolyte material in 2014 and co-founded Millibatt in 2015. My background is in the design, synthesis and testing of electrolyte... Read More →

Wednesday September 22, 2021 10:00am - 10:30am PDT
Executive Ballroom B (BF)