Perpetuum's free-standing vibration energy harvester converts unused mechanical vibration into useable electrical energy to power wireless sensor systems.
Jamie Pederson demonstrates the use of the 11 pin SIP LED driver module from ROHM semiconductor.
With all the discussion about rules and responsibility in the wake of the Gulf disaster, this installment of the Tinker's Toolbox deals with electronic safety regulation and the role of the engineer in the process.
LuminAR reinvents the traditional incandescent bulb and desk lamp, evolving them into a new category of robotic, digital information devices.
CUI’s latest release includes 18 W and 40 W desktop adapters. Both meet Level V efficiency standards and exceed the current US EISA 2007 efficiency regulations.
At Sensors Expo 2010, Les Taylor of Texas Instruments demonstrates smart metering using TI's CC430 microcontroller.
Web - http://www.scosche.com -- Twitter -- http://www.twitter.com/scoscheinc -- Facebook -- http://bit.ly/bIDqYd -- Doug Broadhurst and Ted Lopez demonstrate the new dash kit for iPad from Scosche in a Subaru STi.
The Solar Roadways project is working to pave roads with solar panels that you can drive on. Co-founder Scott Brusaw has made some major steps forward since our first visit back in 2007, so we visited him again earlier this year for an exclusive update on the project, including the first...
On June 4th, 2010 at 14:30 UTC the first ever Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Space Launch Complex 40, Kennedy Space Center, Florida.
The Microchip Wireless Development Environment (MiWi DE) is a one-stop solution for developing diverse wireless applications.
At the 2010 Embedded Systems Conference, Editor-in-Chief Alix Paultre interviews Fanie Duvenhage with Microchip Technology.
Just how different are linear, LDO and switching buck voltage regulators? I'm glad you asked!
At the 2010 Society for Information Display (SID) Conference, Phil Spivey, President and CEO of Ocular, discusses their newest advancements in multi-touch touchscreen technology, with input for up to 10 fingers.
At the 2010 Society for Information Display (SID) Conference, Carol Crawford from Microchip discusses their mTouch projected capacitive touchscreen sensing technology.