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With an 0.1 mm precision in embroidering circuits into fabrics, The Ohio State University have reached a new milestone in developing wearable electronics. This advance is the next step toward designing functional textiles-clothes that gather, store or transmit digital...
Electronic waste (e-waste) or waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) is a term used to cover all electrical or electronic equipment and their parts that have been discarded by their users as waste without the intent of re-use. E-waste...
Xilinx, Inc. (NASDAQ: XLNX) and IBM (NYSE: IBM), today announced they will be enabling FPGA-based acceleration within the SuperVessel OpenPOWER development cloud. Development of performance demanding applications including big data analytics and machine learning is enabled by the Xilinx...
Transistor fabrication is a highly complex process, requiring high-temperature, high-vacuum equipment. In another step in combining consumer electronics and nanotechnology, University of Pennsylvania engineers have shown a new approach for making transistors: sequentially depositing their components in the form...
STMicroelectronics has introduced three additions to itsOpen. MEMS portfolio of free and easy-to-use software libraries for the development of best-in-class motion-sensing applications. The new libraries allow designers to combine the power of ST's world-leading motion-sensing technology with the huge...
Today, lifestyle is changing at a very fast pace, while accepting ways to save energy. However, using grid electricity is not the solution as it is too costly. Electricity generation is done using either thermal resources like coal, gas...
There was once a time, when we were happy with being able to share images and video clips via Bluetooth at 64 Kbps speeds, and filled with wonder in amazement at the technology. We were children, so we felt...
On the surface both the Arduino and Raspberry Pi look like the same thing: inexpensive controller boards for electronics projects. However, one is a simple 8-bit controller while the other is a 32-bit single board computer. In this video,...
Do you love DIYing? Are you looking for new projects to make? Here's bringing, 8 DIY projects on health tech with complete schematics, block diagrams, design guide and source files. Go ahead and try your hands on! Happy making! ...
In this video author is trying to make a gaming chair which will give the same vibrating effect similar to that you get on PS4 DualShock 4 Wireless Controller while gaming. (No Arduino needed) Courtesy: Rulof Maker