Sensoray's newest video capture product can convert analog NTSC or PAL color video/audio into MPEG1, MPEG2 (MP@ML) or MPEG4(SP@L3) formats. Users can select for a range of supported bitrates for a needed size/quality ratio. SDK for Microsoft Windows software can run the product, connecting via a USB 2.0 port. It comes in a metal enclosure, but the board version is available for OEMs. It costs $281 each. Sensorayhttp://rbi.ims.ca/4928-610
For decades, engineers have worked to combat erosion by developing high-strength alloys, composites, and surface coatings. However, in a new paper, a team at Jilin University in China turned to one of the most deadly animals in the world for inspiration -- the yellow fat-backed scorpion.
Green energy is being billed as a way to make communities that are energy deprived more self-sustaining. So it makes sense to use natural materials to create devices that harvest this type of energy. That’s the idea behind a hybrid wind/solar energy harvester made of bamboo that’s been developed by UVM researchers.
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