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Content posted in February 2009
Nanogenerator Sheet in Action
DNTV 
2/25/2009  Post a comment
A sheet containing tens of thousands of the nanogenerators could fit beneath a Blackberry's touch screen, enabling the handheld device to draw power from a user who taps a finger against it.
Hamster Generates Electrical Current
DNTV 
2/25/2009  Post a comment
Georgia Tech recently fitted a hamster with a four-nanogenerator jacket, and the hamster-powered device generated 0.5 nanoamps (nA) of current.
Dimension uPrint Personal 3D Printer
DNTV 
2/17/2009  Post a comment
The uPrint Personal 3D Printer builds durable ABSplus™ models for visualization, collaboration, functional testing and planning.
Workbench Magnifier in Action
Gadget Freak 
2/15/2009  Post a comment
Fuel Blender in Action
Gadget Freak 
2/11/2009  Post a comment
STM Robotic Vision System
DNTV 
2/11/2009  Post a comment
At the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show, STM demonstrated a robotic vision system based on its VS6724, a 2-megapixel single-chip camera module and the STR912FA ARM based 32-bit microcontroller.




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