HUMANOID robotic ARM using pic microcontroller

The purpose of the HUMANOID robotic ARM project is to implement the position control and vision control on the robotic arm. The proficiency and precision of the robots in each field of work e.g. VLSI chip design and fabrication in the industry, working at high temperature in modern steel industries doing a hectic job all the time is well known. The “Vision Control” is implemented using the webcam as an imag ...

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P4M-400: Build powerful IoT applications with PHP using PHPoC

PHP which stands for Hypertext Preprocessor is one of those server-side programming languages that is widely used across web-related applications. PHP has found applications in countless web development projects and even other cloud-based applications. But PHP applications don’t seem to stop there and this with the advent of PHPoC. PHPoC is a programming language based on the popular PHP and is designed for ...

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parking management system project using pic microcontroller

parking management system, we aim to create a smart parking system which will not only calculate the total capacity for cars in the parking area but will also direct the cars to an empty spot where they can park their cars in an orderly fashion. This parking management system will require at least 6-8 proximity sensors to detect the presence or absence of a car and also to detect if a car has entered the pa ...

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APEMAN TRAWO – A 4K Action Camera with 20MP Photo that fits your budget

Life is full of adventures. The best way to preserve your memories is to capture them exactly as they are and one of the best ways to capture them is with action cameras. Action cameras can go beyond your average camera, or your high-end smartphone would dare to. With their rugged and waterproof designs they can endure the rigors and extremes of any adventure. The GoPro Cameras especially the GoPro Hero fam ...

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Researchers Develop Transparent Flexible Terahertz Sensors With Graphene

The researchers of the Swedish Chalmers University of Technology have developed a new design of terahertz sensor using Graphene. This flexible sensor can be integrated into wearable materials. Most importantly, it can be manufactured very cheaply and also it is practically transparent. This new type of sensor could be a major breakthrough by opening doors of many new applications. The terahertz frequency ba ...

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MediaTek Sensio, is a 6-in-1 biosensor module for smartphones

Smartphones in recent times have contributed to the growth of the medical sensing industries with a major success in the usage of a smartphone camera and flash to detect heart rate. Specialized Apps installed on the phone can use the phone inbuilt camera and flash to read an individual heart rate with high accuracy but nothing else in the space of health monitoring. Sensio is a biosensor that will allow sma ...

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Brand New BiCMOS Flexible Transistor

The transistor revolutionized the field of electronics, and paved the way for smaller and cheaper radios, calculators, and computers, among other things since its very first practically implemented device as a point-contact-transistor invented in 1947 and getting the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1956. Now, engineers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) have built the most flexible, fully-funct ...

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RESEARCHERS DEVELOPED HIGHLY DURABLE WASHABLE AND STRETCHABLE SOLAR CELLS

Scientists of Japanese research institute RIKEN and the University of Tokyo have successfully developed a product that allows solar cells to continue to provide solar power after being washed, stretched and compressed. Takao Someya of Riken Center for Emergent Matter Science, a designated national R&D Institute in Japan, led the research team. The research results were published in the journal Nature En ...

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RESEARCHERS DEVELOP LONG RANGE BACKSCATTER SENSORS THAT CONSUME ALMOST NO POWER

Researchers at the University of Washington developed a new backscatter sensors that can operate over long ranges with very little power. The researchers demonstrated for the first time that the device runs on almost zero power and can transmit data across distances of up to 2.8 kilometers. Backscatter communication works by emitting a radio signal and then monitoring the reflections of that signal from sen ...

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