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Measuring Shopper Mood with the OpenVINO™ Toolkit M. Tim Jones
Understanding consumer sentiment about a product is a new frontier for computer vision. In this blog, we will explore how you can use the Intel® OpenVINO™ toolkit to automatically infer the mood of shoppers looking at a retail display based on video input of their facial expression.

Monitoring Machine Operators with the OpenVINO™ Toolkit M. Tim Jones
Explore how you can use the Intel® OpenVINO™ toolkit to automatically infer a machine operator’s level of focus and mood based on video input of their facial expression.

Avoiding Connector Reflections in mmWave Applications Robert Huntley
Connecting the parts of a mmWave system requires careful attention. As the frequency increases, so does the risk for disruptive reflections to impact efficiency, as with traditional compression-type solderless connectors. Learn how a new solderless PCB connector exhibits minimal reflections up to 67GHz.

Connecting the SiLabs AMW007 Wi-Fi Module to Medium One IoT Cloud Greg Toth
The SiLabs AMW007 Module adds Wi-Fi networking to development boards like the EFM32 Pearl Gecko PG12 to connect to the cloud-based Medium One IoT Prototyping Sandbox. Together they provide hardware, software, and cloud-based tools to create applications that collect, process, and visualize IoT data.

Good “Thins” Come in Small Packages Paul Golata
Thin connectors enable engineers to locate and route wires in today’s ultra-slim designs. Learn how Molex’s extensive line of Microminiature Connectors help designers create lighter, more flexible products that are big on performance.

A Lesson in Innovation: Bishop Curry and Oasis David Talbott
Innovations begin with ideas and inspiration. A tragic event inspired middle-school student Bishop Curry. Believing future incidents are preventable, he made a rough sketch of a solution, raised money through crowdfunding, and built a prototype. Now he owns the patent.

Welcome to Innovation Jeffrey Hutchings
Corporations and universities continue to play a key role in developing new technologies, but innovation is becoming more open than ever before. Easy idea sharing and development tools accessible to almost anyone are changing the face of innovation.

Pyro Switch: Hidden IR Detection KEMET Electronics
Pyroelectric Infrared (IR) Sensors absorb the infrared rays emitted from the human body and enable the detection of a person’s presence. In this blog, KEMET demonstrates how you can easily add presence detection capabilities to an ordinary object using Arduino and a hidden pyroelectric IR sensor.

Speeding Machine Vision Development and Deployment Robert Huntley
Machine vision is a fundamental part of many industrial manufacturing and process automation implementations. FPGAs are ideally suited to the task of image and video processing, and the Microsemi/Microchip PolarFire FPGA Video and Imaging Kit is an ideal platform on which to base your next design.

Removing Obstacles to Space Travel Barry Manz
Bounce radio signals off the moon? Unthinkable! Well it certainly was in 1946. Hardly anyone knew much about a program called “Project Diana”, and many still don’t today. This is a shame, as the project and its participants removed one of the greatest obstacles to space travel.

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