Advancement in VR (virtual reality) is getting underway in 2022 with companies and researchers exploring new VR applications in robotics and human-machine interface (HMI), despite large companies like Apple facing setbacks.
January 28, 2022 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle
A collaborative effort between the tech giants, Google and Texas Instruments, along with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and others, announced their new radar application programming interface (API) to develop radar-based technologies.
January 20, 2022 by Kristijan Nelkovski
The umbrella of wearables just broadened even wider with face masks. Engineers from Northwestern University have developed an embedded hardware platform that can sense users’ biometrics through a face mask.
January 19, 2022 by Darshil Patel
How close are we to reverse-engineering the human brain's plasticity? New research in computational neuroscience and nanotechnologies indicates that neuromorphic chips can read synaptic connectivity with greater sensitivity.
December 16, 2021 by Biljana Ognenova
Nanowires live mainly in the research realm. One way to push it to a commercial level is to combat the many challenges they face concerning fabrication, which researchers from EPFL and TIBI are tackling.
November 27, 2021 by Antonio Anzaldua Jr.
STMicroelectronics aims to guarantees privacy in common near-field communication (NFC) applications such as contactless transactions, healthcare records, seamless access to digital content with new NFC tag ICs.
November 14, 2021 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle
With advancements in materials science and electronic engineering, 3D printing is entering the stage of developing made-to-fit wearable electronic systems like that from the University of Arizona.
November 12, 2021 by Kristijan Nelkovski
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have introduced a novel angle-based sensor made from exploring the near-filed effect of flat optics, which claims could help create atomic-level measurements.
November 07, 2021 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle
Using load biasing, the new MOSFET gate driver has turn-on speeds in the order of tens of microseconds. It's also the so-called first of its kind that doesn't require an external power supply.
September 22, 2021 by Abdulwaliy Oyekunle