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GF 169_IR Remote Control Toggles Appliances 3
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8/12/2010  Post a comment
Bill Bowden's infrared (IR) receiver decodes the signals from remote controls and uses the data to individually turn on or off four circuits via an isolated relay circuit.
GF168 Gas Sensor Video 1
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7/14/2010  Post a comment
Natanel Eizenberg decided to build a sensor module that would detect and measure carbon monoxide and methane to help ensure safe environments for his coworkers and family.
Vending Machine Delivers Every Time
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6/1/2010  Post a comment
Ryan Yourishin, William Lindenthal, Nathan Zeleski and Justin Denard have designed a vending machine that delivers. So when your friends want to come over to watch the "big game," tell them to bring exact change.
Training for the programmable realtime unit (PRU) on the OMAP L-138/C674x
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3/1/2010  Post a comment
This training describes the operation of the Programmable Real-Time Unit Subsystem (PRUSS).
Fluids Reach a Heart using the EZ-IO
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
This fluoroscopy video demonstrates in real time fluids reaching the heart using the EZ-IO inserted into the humerus bone.
EZ-IO Being Inserted into a Humerus
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
Watch an actual demonstration of the EZ-IO being inserted into the humerus.
Fluids Reach a Heart using the EZ-IO
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
This fluoroscopy video demonstrates in real time fluids reaching the heart using the EZ-IO inserted into the humerus bone.
EZ-IO Bone Penetration
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
Watch a demonstration of the power and ease with which the EZ-IO can penetrate bones as fragile as an egg.
IV Being Fused into a Tibia
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
Watch this video of an IV being fused into a tibia.
EZ-IO at Work
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1/4/2010  Post a comment
Watch this animated video of the EZ-IO at work.
Protecting High Speed I/Os from ESD
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11/19/2009  Post a comment
Watch this video to find out how to protect high-speed I/Os from ESD.
Billy Bass in Action
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10/12/2009  Post a comment
This Big Mouth Billy Bass uses an ARM-powered brain transplant to dance and sing.
Microchip’s ESC Boston Training
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9/25/2009  Post a comment
Due to overwhelming demand for Microchip’s in-booth training courses at this week’s Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, Microchip had to move the classes to a larger room outside of the show floor.
Microchip’s ESC Boston Training Classes
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9/25/2009  Post a comment
Due to overwhelming demand for Microchip’s in-booth training courses at this week’s Embedded Systems Conference in Boston, Microchip had to move the classes to a larger room outside of the show floor.
TXS0206 Voltage Level Translator
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7/1/2009  Post a comment
Watch a breakdown of the TXS0206, the industry’s most area-efficient SD/MMC level shifter.
Hamster Generates Electrical Current
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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.
Nanogenerator Sheet in Action
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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.
STM Robotic Vision System
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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.
Controlling the World’s Largest Machine
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1/25/2009  Post a comment
To control the world’s largest machine, the Large Hadron Collider, CERN engineers chose programmable automation controllers (PACs) based on NI LabVIEW and implemented a critical control system that synchronously positions more than 500 motion axes.
Nucor Refines Steel Recycling Using NI Hardware and Software
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1/25/2009  Post a comment
Using hardware and software from National Instruments, Nucor developed a variety of automation systems that have greatly reduced the amount of electricity used and eliminated potential safety issues at its Marion, Ohio facility.
NI Technology Is Used on the 1,200 km Ormen Lange Pipeline
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1/25/2009  Post a comment
With the LabVIEW Embedded Module for Blackfin Processors, one engineer was able to reduce development time by generating more than 50,000 lines of C code from the LabVIEW graphical environment in less than 12 months.
Electronic Train Management System in Action
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10/20/2008  Post a comment
ETMS is a pilot program that integrates new technology with existing train control and operating systems to provide a safety overlay.
Thinking Beyond the Automobile
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9/11/2008  Post a comment
Tom Watson, vice president of light vehicle systems at ArvinMeritor and former lead engineer of the Ford Hybrid Escape rides the mechatronic EasyGlider, an electric scooter that reportedly weighs and costs less than the Segway.
IO Solutions for Temperature Monitoring
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9/4/2008  Post a comment
The SNAP PAC system has a full line of multi-channel analog input modules that connect seamlessly to the most common temperature measurement sensors, including thermocouples, ICTDs and RTDs.
Industrial Robot Plays Air Hockey
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6/25/2008  Post a comment
An industrial robot at the Freescale Technology Forum used a 32-bit processor to control a robot that plays air hockey. See the technology behind the robot and watch it in action.
SwarmBots in Action at Sensors Expo
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6/11/2008  Post a comment
Watch this dramatic demonstration to see how SwarmBots use the sensing capability of cockroaches and group behavior of ants and bees to accomplish tasks.
Vehicle Self-Navigation, Interaction Becomes A Reality
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6/5/2008  Post a comment
DARPA explains how electronic driver-assist technologies have gone to the next level, with autonomous navigation and interaction featured in the DARPA Urban Challenge.
Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication
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6/5/2008  Post a comment
With V-to-V communication, vehicles can pass constant stream of information between one another that tells their exact location and speed relative to one another.
Fujitsu’s Multiple In-Car Video Streams
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6/5/2008  Post a comment
Fujitsu demonstrates multiple in-car video streams on IEEE 1394 at the Telematics Update conference.
Microsoft’s Ford Sync Media Library
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6/5/2008  Post a comment
Watch this demonstration of Microsoft’s media library on Ford Sync, performed at the Telematics update 2008.
Using a Mobile Phone with Ford Sync
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6/5/2008  Post a comment
At the Telematics Update conference, Microsoft demonstrates using a mobile phone on Ford Sync.
Lab Tests Show Knee Brace Power Generation
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2/14/2008  Post a comment
When in the generative braking energy harvesting mode, this knee brace isprogrammed to only engage toward the end of the leg¿s swing phase to produce electricity. Subjects wear masks to measure the metabolic energy expended during the test.
Continuous Power Generation from Knee Brace
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2/14/2008  Post a comment
When in continuous generation energy harvesting mode, the knee-brace generator generates electricity whenever the knee is extended regardless of whether the knee is accelerating or decelerating.
Low-Power, Durable XO Laptop is at Greener Gadgets Show
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2/5/2008  Post a comment
Mary Lou Jepsen shows off features of the XO laptop from One Laptop Per Child at this year's Greener Gadgets Conference and discusses her new hardware company, Pixel Qi.
M2E Power Harnesses Kinetic Energy for Mobile Devices
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2/5/2008  Post a comment
Reagan Warner-Rowe from M2E Power discusses how the company¿s kinetic batteries work and shows of the battery prototypes after her panel discussion at the Greener Gadgets conference.
HYmini Generates, Stores Energy for Mobile Devices
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2/5/2008  Post a comment
Arthur Huang, talks about the HYmini portable wind and solar power generator and shows off how the device works during the Greener Gadgets conference.
Cisco Demonstrates Telepresence
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10/21/2007  Post a comment
TelePresence¿s engineering team demonstrates the teleconferencing system to DN Editor-in-Chief John Dodge.
AUR Robotic Lamp Assembly and Testing
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6/25/2007  Post a comment
The AUR robotic lamp automatically follows the movement of its user and adjusts its lighting volume and color using motion sensors and voice-activated commands.
AUR Robotic Lamp in Action
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6/25/2007  Post a comment
A robotic lamp automatically follows the movement of its user and adjusts its lighting volume and color using motion sensors and voice-activated commands. Watch the AUR robotic lamp in action!
SawStop Demo with Hot Dog
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9/3/2006  Post a comment
Sawstop uses a capacitive sensor to measure the voltage change in the saw blade. When the blade touches a moist finger instead of dry wood, the unit stops and retracts the blade. (Video courtesy of Sawstop LLC)
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