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Thankful Times

Embedded Software Store, DigitalOptics, and Intelligent Robots

In honor of Thanksgiving next week, we’re serving up a bountiful virtual turducken* of EE goodness. For the first course, we tackle that age old question: How do you train a fleet of robots to obey your every command? (The key to this quandary may be as close as the eyes on our faces.) In our next course, we serve up a feast of embedded software and embedded IP with Sheneka Coleman from Avnet. Lastly, we finsh up our fine Friday Fun meal with a tasty morsel from Eric Sigler of DigitalOptics. (DigitaOptics’s new mems|cam may change how we interact with our smartphones forever.) This Thankgiving fryer won’t be hot for too much longer, so dig in while the gettin’s good. 

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Links for November 22, 2013

Tragic Robot Suicide Stuns Small Town

Farmers, welcome your new robot workers

In Case You Missed the Embedded Software Store at ARM TechCon

More Information about Avnet’s Embedded Software Store

More Information about DigitalOptics

New Episode of Chalk Talk – Overcoming the Challenges of Highly Constrained Designs

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