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2013 Golden Mousetrap Awards: & the Winners Are...
2/12/2014

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Microchip Technology Inc.'s MGC3130 Electrical-Field-Based 3D Tracking and Gesture Controller, Featuring GestIC(R) Technology


Enables the next dimension in intuitive, gesture-based, non-contact user interfaces for a broad range of end products. World's first electrical-field-based 3D gesture controller, providing low-power, precise, fast, and robust hand position tracking with free-space gesture recognition. Active power of 150 microwatts enables always-on 3D gesture recognition -- even using batteries. The lowest power of any 3D sensing technology -- up to 90% lower than camera-based gesture systems.
Electronics & Test
Embedded Computing/Processing
Microchip Technology Inc.'s MGC3130 Electrical-Field-Based 3D Tracking and Gesture Controller, Featuring GestIC® Technology
Enables the next dimension in intuitive, gesture-based, non-contact user interfaces for a broad range of end products. World's first electrical-field-based 3D gesture controller, providing low-power, precise, fast, and robust hand position tracking with free-space gesture recognition. Active power of 150 microwatts enables always-on 3D gesture recognition -- even using batteries. The lowest power of any 3D sensing technology -- up to 90% lower than camera-based gesture systems.

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mrdon
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Re: Encapsulation Quality
mrdon   2/22/2014 8:40:55 PM
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Pubudu

I agree. The slide show and technologies presented where awesome. I was really intrigued with Analog Devices wireless machine monitoring products. I can truly see an automation manufacter using their product to create and industrial internet thus having all machine peformance data available via the cloud. Great slides Lauren!

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Pubudu   2/16/2014 12:32:12 AM
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Lauren It's a great show and thanks for sharing those info. If you could provide contact info or the links of the winners it will be really informative. 

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A great show
Ann R. Thryft   2/13/2014 2:18:28 PM
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What a great show--everyone who missed it should be sure to show up next year. We're trying to convince Lauren to show off her dancing skills at the 2014 awards event.

JoyTech
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JoyTech   2/13/2014 3:45:40 AM
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It's so a simple material that I never mentioned that it wasn't used before. Great! Where could I get some samples for testing?

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