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Position Sensors

Anne Ogborn says:

Create a gradiant in photoshop from black to white. Print it onto overhead transparency film. Arrange to run in the slot of a transmissive optoswitch. something like a Vactec 13D7-20 would work good

Shaft (rotary) Position Encoders

Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

Optical Ranging

Position related sensors:

See also:


Location Data, Physical Address +


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