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Pinoy teen makes electricity-generating shoes June 5, 2014 11:33am This kid would make Inspector Gadget proud. The phrase "power walk" may soon get a new meaning, after 15-year-old Filipino high school student Angelo Casimiro crafted an in-sole
OEM signal conditioning transmitter designed for high performance across a wide temperature range of -25 degrees C to +85 degrees C. The new LiM-420 operates on an 18 VDC to 30 VDC unipolar supply voltage and delivers a low noise 4 mA to 20 mA
The iBaby M2 has most of the features new parents might look for. It has a motion sensor on board: when it detects movement, it takes still shots to relay what's happening.
At Friday night's Class 2A girls track sectional, the host Raiders had a small lead when Hill took over in the night's final event, the 1,600 relay, and when Hill was done doing her thing, Glenbard South had easily held off runner-up Montini with a
American Innovations (AI), protecting people and the environment with compliance solutions for the oil and gas industry, introduces its industry-first 20 Amp DC Normally Closed (NC) Solid State Relay (SSR). In partnership with a worldwide leader in
Blue Apron delivers fresh, premeasured meal ingredients to Americans who want to cook healthy meals without whipping out the cutting board. That's apparently a sweet spot for the thriving food-tech startup, which today confirmed a new $50 million
The new G150Z gyro offers best-in-class performance that is commensurate with much more expensive small RLG's and small open loop FOG's. It also offers users the advantage of 200Hz bandwidth and it has a simple analog output." Chamberlain added, "The
03 SeoulTired of erratic power-cuts at home?...Scientists have developed a novel way to harness the motion of water, including from raindrops cascading down a window or from a toilet flush, as a sustainable energy source that can power homes.
Institute of Microelectronics Electromagnetism and Photonics, and Microwave and Characterization Laboratory...The company said that the pump demonstrator is made from silicon wafers, which include a thin deformable membrane sealed over a fluidic
He made the trip across the Pacific to attend a medical tech conference because he sees significant potential applications of his company's stretch sensors in our field. I spoke with Todd about the technology, which you can see in action in the video