Bruce from Elements CXI explains their new silicon architecture, the Elements Computing Array, at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Here is a description of a student competition autonomous underwater robot by one of the team at the Kontron Booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Eric from Boston Engineering talks about their fish-like autonomous underwater robot at National Insruments booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
Dan from LeCroy demos their new logic analyser at their booth at the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference.
(Part 2 of 2) - The folks at the Embedded Systems Conference sent Todd from anengineeringmind to New York to interview their keynote speaker, Dr. Michio Kaku. He's really cool and they spent nearly two hours talking about all kinds of subjects. The following interview includes his favorite parts.
The folks at the Embedded Systems Conference (http://www.embedded.com/sv) sent Todd from anengineeringmind to New York to interview their keynote speaker, Dr. Michio Kaku.
Technology blogging website Gizmodo claim to have got their hands on the new Apple iPhone. They made this video demonstrating its appearance and external features.
Step inside the NPL microwave anechoic chamber which provides a low reflection environment for the accurate characterisation of antennas.
WIth the recent spate of natural disasters occurring around the globe, this month's installment of the Tinker's Toolbox continues our migration from a discussion of general engineering tools to a more focused debate on an engineer's role in disaster relief and what should be in an engineer first-responder toolkit.
This is a live demonstration of device activation, data transmission and Web viewing for Google PowerMeter using Microchips reference implementation.
Here Frank Hammerschmidt of Microchip demonstrates their ZigBee RF4CE implementation.
Alix Paultre of ECN magazine pages through "Core Engineering Concepts for Students and Professionals", a very comprehensive textbook and reference for engineers at every level.
In this supersized lecture length episode, Dave foolishly attempts to explain how to design an example product (the uCurrent) from start to finish.
The pCubee is a handheld cubic display system made with five flat-panel screens that uses perspective-corrected rendering and real-time physics simulation to create compelling visualization and interaction techniques for 3D content.
A new technique, designed with the potential to treat brain cancers, is under study at Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago Medical Center. The micron-sized magnetic materials, with vortex-like arrangements of spins, were successfully interfaced with Glioblastoma...