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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


Using Adaptive AI to Improve the Gaming Experience Michael Matuschek
AI in modern games is designed to provide a rewarding experience for as many players as possible in order to maximize a game's lifespan. Advances in hardware and cloud gaming services are providing ever increasing opportunities for this so-called hyper-personalization.

Touchless Interfaces Fight Pathogens’ Spread Jon Gabay
New touchless user interfaces can be a defense in fighting pandemics. Machine interfaces such as keypads, scanners, touch screens, and so on are a part of our societal vulnerabilities, falling short on preventing the spread of pathogens. Items such as these rarely are clean. Here’s one solution.

How the DSM™ Algorithm Delivers Louder, Richer Sound Maxim Integrated
Consumers won’t sacrifice audio performance for form factor—they want both. Maxim’s patented Dynamic Speaker Management (DSM™) technology provides a way to safely drive micro speakers beyond their specified maximum power rating.

Facebook Redefines Time as “Flicks.” Is the World Ready? Jeremy Cook
Some might define “time” as the fourth dimension or, perhaps, as an arbitrary set of numbers that divides each of our days into 24 hours, 1,440 minutes, and 86,400 seconds. Periods of time smaller than the second are generally expressed as fractions of a second, but these small intervals create challenges when trying to sync virtual reality and gaming environments.

Great Specs—But Can It Run “Crysis”? Rudy Ramos
Today’s video gaming industry is big business with total revenues for the industry in the U.S. hitting $23.5 billion last year—a 5% jump over 2014, according to the Entertainment Software Association, the industry lobbying body, which also hosts the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show. All the major industry players—software and hardware—are reaping profit margins at record levels, with software sales leading with some $16.5 billion a jump of 7% from the 2014 figures and hardware manufactures seeing their best sales ever. The prediction is that this growth trend will continue mainly because software sales are largely viewed as the best barometer of the industry’s growth and overall health.

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