Samsung Gear VR 360-degree panoramic video with Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, 4K TVs, curved, straight, Samsung washing machines and more.
3Dponics is a 3D-printable hydroponics system that allows you to grow your own food and follow a healthy lifestyle. However, it is much more than that, especially when used in an educational environment such as a school or a club. 3Dponics teaches children of all ages about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), and it encourages them to apply technology to their lives in meaningful and beneficial ways. This interview with IDTechEx was taken at the IDTechEx event 3D Printing LIVE!. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
pcDuino Acadia 1, powered by Freescale i.MX6 Quad processor with 1 GB RAM, 8GB eMMC, 2 SD card interface, 2 camera interface, other common ports, and Arduino hearders in order to connect Arduino shields to this Linux/Android board. It has IR receiver, up to 6 buttons. With Ubuntu 12.04 and Android 4.4 support for the board, as well as the usual API and development tools available for other pcDuino boards, you can read more about it here: http://www.linksprite.com/?page_id=829
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Applied Graphene Materials has developed a proprietary “bottom up” process for the production of graphene. Applied Graphene Materials provides dispersion and product integration expertise, to deliver solutions for a wide range of applications. In this interview given at Graphene LIVE!, IDTechEx learns more about the company and the technology. For more information see www.IDTechEx.com.
Atmel's Automotive Group showcases their cutting edge automotive infotainment user interface demo using Atmel QTouch and Atmel MaxTouch metal mesh curved display technologies, with up to a hundred million lines of code, at least 30 MCU-controlled devices, and some with as many as 100, the vehicle is the ideal application to bring smart, connected devices in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT). Automotive technology is quickly becoming an integral part of the digital lifestyle as consumers want to bring their mobile devices seamlessly into their vehicles. The next-generation AvantCar 2.0 showcases connectivity to the vehicle through an advanced HMI console connected to a concept car highlighting car access, car networking, MCUs, audio-over-Ethernet, MHL support and security technologies. The 2.5D (two-and-a-half dimensional) car showcases several of Atmel's automotive technologies in a car access simulation for the Passive EntryGo, LIN communication in a car network and Car Area Network (CAN) communications—all systems that use Atmel MCUs, LIN transceivers and SBCs. Additionally, AvantCar 2.0 demonstrates audio streaming over Ethernet-AVB.
Greenwave Systems is a global Internet of Things (IoT) software and services company. Jim Hunter is the Chief Scientist and Technology Evangelist at Greenwave Systems. Greenwave is a profitable mid size start-up (215 people) with offices in Irvine, Copenhagen, Singapore and South Korea, that enables device manufacturers, service providers, utilities, retail channels and other enterprises to realize the promise of IoT through their devices and services. Jim was speaking at the IDTechEx IoT Applications conference, along with his colleague Nate Williams on the business challenges of IoT. In two separate sessions, they explained how Greenwave helps customers such as Verizon, TCP lighting, & E.ON Energy to design, build, manufacture, deliver, manage, maintain and support IoT devices - ranging from content to control, enabled by Greenwave's Axon software platform.
Frank Moizio, manager of the TI DLP Pico business unit, demonstrates new end products incorporating DLP Pico technology which enable a broad range of bright, efficient HD projection display applications from compact form factors, including screenless TV, immersive computing, embedded pico projection and ultra-mobile HD projectors. DLP Pico technology is supported by a robust third party ecosystem to help developers speed time to market. You can visit http://www.ti.com/dlparm to learn more.
PIXIO is the first of its kind Auto Follow Cam to automatically track, film and zoom. Let’s say that you need to prepare a new video for your blog, moving around your studio, but no one to film you? You skate all day long and you want to have a better view than from your action-cam wide angle? Or maybe you train for next tennis championship and need to check your backhand on a video ? What if you had your own automated personal cameraman?
Developed by Move ‘N See, PIXIO is a radar-guided motorized mount for your DSLR, Camcorder, or any device that locks onto a companion wristband. The radar technology has the enormous advantage over GPS that it can track you inside and not only outside. It can even zoom in and out automatically, adjusting the frame to the distance through a "multi", "LANC", or "A/V R" cable going from PIXIO to your device. It can film 3 hours on the battery! Even churches can use it for their ceremonies! The crowdfunding campain is starting for $449 here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/world-s-first-indoor-outdoor-auto-follow-cam
This is the lowest power consuming 32bit ARM Processor in the world based on ARM Cortex-M0+ for wearables (can be with basic touch) and for the sensor networks in the Internet of Things, can run up to more than a decade on a battery. The new Ultra low power Atmel | SMART SAM L21 based on the ARM Cortex-M0+ Core uses less than a third of the power consumption of competitive solutions and can run in active mode down to 35uA/MHz and retain 32kB of Flash and run a real time clock at 900nA. In this demo the SAM L21 is powered from the heat of a hand through a Peltier Element, this is enough energy to modulate a music file and transmit it with AM modulation at 1MHz to the nearby radio receiver. This demo shows that the SAM L21 is truly unique in supporting ultra-low power consumption in active mode without having to limit Flash or SRAM size, it is perfect for IoT and other battery powered applications where large embedded memories are needed.
Atmel has over 40,000 customers of its Microcontroller units - companies embedding MCUs to make devices powering the Internet of Things. For example, Arduino devices use Atmel MCUs. The Arduino WIFI shield includes a new Atmel MCU processor built from the ground up for WIFI running on batteries. Atmel is launching the lowest power 32bit ARM Cortex-M0+ processor (see their press release here) and Atmel is also launching the highest performance ARM Cortex-M7 Microcontroler (see press release here)
This video was taken at the IDTechEx event Internet of Things Applications. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com.