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Sensor Solutions for Augmented & Virtual Reality, Robotics, TV & Remotes, and IoT

Sensing Motion in 100 Million Customer Devices

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HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR:

HUMAN MOTION SENSING

Create and enjoy immersive experiences and intuitive controls for 3D audio, augmented reality, virtual reality, and motion capture systems. Hillcrest Labs' products deliver precise, low latency head tracking and high accuracy 3DoF body motion capture.

BNO085MotionEngine™FSM300

ROBOT NAVIGATION & SENSING

Autonomous robots must accurately navigate and interact with their environment both indoors and outdoors. Hillcrest Labs’ products deliver the highest accuracy inertial navigation, which enables superior heading performance in diverse and changing environments.

FSP200BNO085FSM300

MOTION CONTROLLED UX

Intuitively control and interact with natural user interfaces and games in augmented reality, virtual reality, TV, PC and gaming systems. Hillcrest Labs’ proven Freespace® technology has already enabled tens of millions of devices with cursor, gesture and motion controls.

MotionEngine™

EMBEDDED IoT SENSORS

Transform motion and environmental sensor data into high quality, application ready information with Hillcrest Labs’ low power hardware and software solutions. Hillcrest Labs’ products enable diverse applications in fitness, navigation, asset tracking, industrial monitoring, and more.

BNO085FSM300

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Smart TV Leader Licenses Hillcrest Labs' Pioneering Point-and-Click Technology that Underpins Motion Control Features of LG Magic Remote

Media coverage

Hillcrest Labs is launching a new high-precision sensor hub to advance navigation systems in what it describes as “cost-critical consumer robots”.

FROM THE BLOG


What does your device need to do with the data it gathers from sensors? Our latest blog post explores different data processing strategies to help you choose the right approach for your application.

Adding more axes isn’t always the right approach. So how do you determine when to use a 6-axis IMU and when you should be using a 9-axis IMU with a magnetometer? Read on to find out.

 In an ideal world, sensors work perfectly, measuring output exactly as it is in the real world. But in real life, all sensors have anomalies that affect their measurements. Our SQTS (Sensor Qualification Test System) allows us to test the most common anomalies in sensors.