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Huntsville, AL 35813, USA
Ooh! Another Tempting Diorama Project
The combination of the figure and the moving sky in this diorama — accompanied by the music — is really rather tasty. Our cats and I could watch this for hours.
Great Balls of Mechatronic Fire!
Like so many things, I started off by saying “Ooh, Shiny!” But I ended up thinking, “Just a minute, how does that actually work in the real world?”
Gasp in Awe at the ShieldBuddy TC375
OMG! Three 32-bit processor cores each running at 300 MHz, each with its own floating-point unit (FPU), and each with more memory than you can throw a stick at!
Cunning Crowbits Captivate Kids
Crowbits are programmable, LEGO-compatible, magnetically-coupled electronic blocks to interest kids in electronics and computing and facilitate their STEM activities.
Electromechanical Penguin Displays
What sort of mad genius would think of creating displays using pompoms, plastic penguins, trolls, or Japanese fans as display elements?
Using My Commanding Voice
I have a deep-seated belief that I was born to rule the world, and what better way to do so than by means of voice commands issued using my commanding voice?
Want a Plasma Lightsaber Prototype?
If someone were to approach you proffering a plasma lightsaber prototype, would you say “Yay” or “Nay”?
Savor the Day!
It would benefit many of us to cease scurrying around, slow down, and take the time to contemplate the wonders of life and to try to savor each moment of every day.
Meet the Future of Automotive Vision and LIDAR Sensing
Higher quality images allow artificial intelligence and machine vision systems to better detect things and make better decisions resulting in better outcomes.
Letter to President Biden
I know that the President is a busy man spinning lots of plates on sticks and juggling lots of balls, but I hope he finds the time to consider the suggestion I just sent him.
The Electronic Nose Knows!
In addition to being able to see and hear, this new machine olfaction capability means robots will now be able to detect, recognize, and respond to smells.
So Much Stuff, So Little Time
I can’t keep up. I can no longer take the strain. I’m too young (and good looking) for all this excitement.