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    Title: 一個無線3D滑鼠製作與研討
    Other Titles: A study and implementation of wireless 3D mouse
    Authors: 鄭翔藝;Cheng, Hsiang-yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士在職專班
    汪柏;Wang, Bal
    Keywords: 加速度感測器;滑鼠;Accelerometer;Mouse;IEEE 802.15.4
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 06:01:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 滑鼠是一種很常見電腦輸入設備,使用它來移動螢幕上的游標進行操作,目前的滑鼠都必須要有一個參考平面供滑鼠操作,在某些場合上無法提供此環境供滑鼠操作,造成使用上受到限制。

    加速度感測器具有在空間中測量加速度的能力,使用它感測操作滑鼠的動作,解決目前滑鼠需要參考平面的問題。IEEE 802.15.4是一種短距離、低傳輸率、低耗電的無線個人網路,本論文使用加速度感測器與IEEE 802.15.4實作3D無線滑鼠。

    The mouse is a very common computer input devices. It used to move the cursor on the screen. At present, the mouse can not operate this environment in some places, must have a reference plane for the operation.

    The accelerometer can detect acceleration in space. We use it to detect the mouse movements, and solve the problem of reference plane. In this paper, we used the IEEE 802.15.4 (The IEEE 802.15.4 is a short distance and low transmission rate and low-power wireless personal networking.) technique and the accelerometer to implement a wireless 3D mouse.

    Our research methodology is the analysis of accelerometer character, and understood the movement in the space finds out relation between the accelerometer and the movement. Finally, we implement a wireless 3D mouse without a desktop environment.
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