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Embedded Computers and Holograms

This week’s Fish Fry focuses on embedded computers and holographic projections. We’re going to take a closer look at ADLINK’s embedded computing platforms with Mattias Huber (ADLINK) and check out a new Kickstarter campaign for a company that’s hoping to revolutionize the holographic world. We also investigate why you need a comprehensive emulation strategy in your next SoC design. 

We’re giving away a Raspberry Pi Model A (courtesy of Newark element14) to one lucky listener this week! Head on over to element14.com/fishfry to enter to win. 


 

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