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Mixed Reality Brings Complex Data to Life Stephen Evanczuk
Mixed-reality applications present significant hardware design challenges not only for achieving the required processing performance from high throughput multimodal sensor data streams but also for delivering their head-mounted displays in packages designed to reduce physical stress on their users.

New Tech Tuesdays: Extending Battery Life with Energy Harvesting Technology Rudy Ramos
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we delve into Low Illumination Solar Cells from TDK and the Light Energy Harvesting Evaluation Board from e-peas and how they support energy harvesting solutions from renewable sources.

Natural Language Processing—Syntax Meets Sentiment Carolyn Mathas
A branch of artificial intelligence, NLP lets computers understand the content syntax and a creator’s intent and sentiment. It combines linguistics, computer science, and AI and involves programming computers to process and analyze copious amounts of natural language. Challenges exist but the draw for programmers is clear.

The History of Arduino Part 2: Revolutionizing Embedded Electronics Mike Parks
Through the last 20 years and millions of circuit boards, Arduino revolutionized embedded electronics education and access for the masses. In this blog, we examine how Arduino expanded their offering to support professional industrial applications and transformed the future of embedded designs.

The History of Arduino Part 1: Introducing Arduino Mike Parks
After 20 years and millions of circuit boards, Arduino has revolutionized embedded electronics education and access for the masses. We look back at Arduino’s history to contextualize their plans for the future of embedded.

New Tech Tuesdays: Electrical and Thermal Surge Protection of Power Systems Rudy Ramos
This week's New Tech Tuesdays explores the critical role eFuse Protection ICs from Littelfuse play in providing robust over-voltage, over-current, and over-temperature protection to downstream circuits.

New Tech Tuesdays: Object Tracking with PIR Sensors Rudy Ramos
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we'll look at the P1616 IR emitter from ams OSRAM and the STEVAL-BLUEPIRV1 motion detector from STMicroelectronics and the central role they play in motion detection solutions.

Matter Use Case: Commercial Facilities Automation Tom Klein
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has the potential to revolutionize the factory but is currently limited by industry fragmentation. With a standard like Matter, IIoT devices from disparate manufacturers can become interoperable, leading to safer and more productive factories.

New Tech Tuesdays: Digital Engineering and Space Cybersecurity Rudy Ramos
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, we will explore cybersecurity kits from Infineon Technologies and Maxim Integrated, plus the importance of digital engineering in cybersecurity research.

Matter Use Case: Energy-Efficient Homes Tom Klein
Matter is an exciting new standard that allows IoT devices from disparate manufacturers to become interoperable. With these capabilities, Matter-enabled smart homes can dynamically optimize for power savings and become more sustainable than ever before.

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