Today we’re going to talk about – um… hang on a sec, my phone is buzzing……… OK, sorry, I’m back. Um, so, yeah, haptics. Generically, it’s what we do on equipment to lend not only a sense of sound and sight for feedback, but also touch. And that touch angle has many forms – like when your phone vibrates.
Batteries have woven themselves intimately into our lives. But are they friend or foe? They’re obviously friends when they let us move around with untethered gadgetry. But when we need them now and they aren’t charged, they’re less friendly. And when we try to recharge them and they will no longer take a … Read More → "Batteries as a Service"
It just seemed so wasteful to him! All he needed was a thin coating of flour on the chicken, but the only way to do that was to dredge the piece in a pile of flour. Like, about 100 times more flour than he really needed. He could reuse the flour for any other pieces, but, once you were done for the night, he’d be throwing away more … Read More → "Tons of LEDs – One at a Time"
“For those about to rock, we salute you.” – Brian Johnson
Let’s play a game! First, we’ll divide the players into two teams. The first team includes fluffy kittens, nuns and orphans, baby ducks, and Delta blues guitarists. The second team includes patent trolls, the Ebola virus, personal-liability lawyers, and Brussels sprouts.
Which team does … Read More → "AI Meets AC/DC"
Speed must be feeling pretty unloved these days. I mean, let’s face it: there was a time when the mettle of any decent chip was gauged by how fast it could go. Having a performance issue? Aw, just juice it up a little – there’s plenty more current where that came from!
Then it became harder to sacrifice power … Read More → "Power’s Progress"
Our EE Journal Team went to World Maker Faire 2018!
World Maker Faire New York returned for it’s 9th year at the New York Hall of Science and we were there to cover all the invention, creativity, curiosity and hands-on learning the Faire had to offer.
This year’s World Maker Faire will featured more than 800 projects and … Read More → "EE Journal’s Live Coverage of World Maker Faire 2018"