What does 6-DOF stand for?
6-DOF stands for Six Degrees of Freedom (Simulation)
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Passive and active optical components to automate on a insertable support platform in six degrees of freedom (xyz and three rotational axes) can be optimally aligned and permanently fixed, the standards defined to be adjusted light sources (laser diodes and optical fibers) driven active and in power, and long-distance field be characterized optically.
Then they can then use the Platinum FaroArm's six degrees of freedom to reach the hidden points that all other tracker systems miss.
1-mm length accuracy over the full length of a car and allows deep parts and tools to be measured with six degrees of freedom.
Three spindle-coupled light truck rigs were added in 2001, and each has six degrees of freedom.
Positioning the computer-generated character on the monitor is accomplished with SimGraphics' patent-pending Flying Mouse, the first 2D and 3D input device able to input all six degrees of freedom (three positional and three attitude inputs) in addition to accurate 2D standard mouse inputs.
It provides high flexibility with its six degrees of freedom, and can be floor or ceiling mounted.
The new SF150 stage design provides enhanced positioning control and enables six degrees of freedom for wafer stage control to further enhance overlay performance.
The Mobi-C is designed to provide six degrees of freedom via a mobile bearing technology, thereby better replicating the natural kinematics of the spine.