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Wearable Technology Takes Center Stage

Wearable technology is the name of the game in this week’s Fish Fry. First we check out how the National Physical Laboratory in the United Kingdom is hoping to revolutionize wearable technology – one silver-coated fiber at a time. We also look into Newark element14’s “Get Closer” Wearables Challenge and investigate how the AdaFruit FLORA computing platform can make your next wearables design dream a reality.

We’re giving away a PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit courtesy of Newark element14 this week! Enter today!

 

 

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Fish Fry Links – August 9, 2013

More Information about The National Physical Laboratory’s Smart Textile Research

More Information about Newark element14’s “Get Closer” Wearables Challange

New Episode of Chalk Talk – How to Design a Sigma Delta Mixer Circuit

More Information about the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit 

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