Welcome to the third installment of a new special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!”, where we highlight the movers and shakers in the Maker space. In this month’s episode, my guest is the one and only Max Maxfield! Max and I chat about his creative process, what motivates him … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Max Maxfield"
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I was recently introduced to what may be the future (or one future in this slice of the multiverse) of mixed-reality headsets. As a result, I’m currently squirming in my seat squealing in excitement. Now that I come to think about it, this is my usual modus operandi, so I just dispatched the butler to … Read More → "Kura’s AR Glasses are Meta-Droolworthy!"
As I’ve mentioned on a couple of occasions, one of my back-burner hobby projects is writing a book called Wroting Inglish: The Essential Guide to Writing English for Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to be Thought a Dingbat. For example, in my Its vs. It’s column, I noted that “I have engineer friends around the world, … Read More → "Bodaciously Big Brass Balls (or The Royal Order of Adjectives)"
I was just perusing and pondering the official definition of extrasensory perception (ESP). This is also referred to as the “sixth sense” based on the fact that most people think we (humans) are equipped with only five of the little rascals: sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. As an aside, we actually have many more … Read More → "Equipping Machines with Extrasensory Perception"
In computing, the term “cache” refers to a hardware or software component that stores data in such a way that future requests for that data can be served faster. Since I’m a hardware design engineer by trade, and since this column largely focuses on maintaining the coherency of hardware caches, let’s commence by forgetting that … Read More → "Verifying Cache and System Coherency in 21st Century Systems"
Robots big and small take center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Florian Pestoni (CEO – InOrbit) joins me to discuss the future of AI and robotics in the workforce. Florian and I also chat about the details of InOrbit’s cloud-based robot management platform and why Florian believes that the next step in digital transformation … Read More → "The Next Evolution of Robotics – InOrbit’s Plans for Robots and AI in the Workforce"
In this week’s podcast, super tiny technology is taking center stage! First up, I check out world’s first and smallest sensor that can enable touch gestures through any material. Dan Goehl (Co-founder and Chief Business Officer at UltraSense Systems) joins me to discuss how UltraSense’s new 3D ultrasound sensor is going to usher in a … Read More → "Changing the UI and UX Paradigm One Touch at a Time"
As I discussed in my Its vs. It’s column, which appeared a couple of months ago here on EEJournal, one of my back-burner hobby projects is writing a book called Wroting Inglish: The Essential Guide to Writing English for Anyone Who Doesn’t Want to be Thought a Dingbat. I was originally planning on offering this … Read More → "Good-For-Nothing Grammarians"
Welcome to the seventh installment of a special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!” — highlighting the movers and shakers in the Maker space. In this month’s episode, my guest is Dr. Gough Lui! Dr. Gough and I chat about creating the product review section of his website called “Dr. … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Dr. Gough Lui"
We are switching things up for our sixth installment of my new special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!”, where we highlight the movers and shakers in the maker space. In this month’s episode, my guests are Katie Clubb and Richard Curtin from OKdo! Katie, Richard and I chat about … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! OKdo"
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Explore the world of point-of-care (POC) anatomical 3D printing and learn how our AI-enabled Simpleware software eliminates manual segmentation & landmarking. The post How Synopsys Point-of-Care 3D Printing Helps Clinicians and Patients appeared first on From Silicon To...
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