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Smartphone Becomes DNA diagnostic tool

A team of researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles have designed a relatively low-cost smartphone add-on device that turns it into a mobile DNA imaging tool. Techniques using optical microscopy have found numerous applications in biology, chemistry and physics but they require relatively expensive...

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Posted in Education & Information Posted May 5, 2015 2:01:30 AM
Elektor/element14 Webinar — Fun with NFC

Yet again Elektor and element14 are hosting a webinar and this time it’s all about NFC Gateways. In this webinar, presenter Clemens Valens shows the ease of creating a contactless connection between your own circuits and your smartphone. Modern smartphones increasingly have NFC interfaces which allow them, for example, to read RFID tags or exchange data with another NFC device. Elektor’s NFC Gateway in e-BoB style published in the May & June 2015 edition, lets you explore the capabilities of your own smartphone.

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Posted in Elektor Posted May 4, 2015 8:48:38 AM
Microsoft gets on down with The Makers

Following on from their statement that a version of Windows 10 will be available to run on the RPi 2, Microsoft have announced a partnership with Arduino that will see an ‘Arduino certified’ Windows 10 running on its development platform also. Microsoft announced that a wireless access application called ‘Windows Remote Arduino’ and...

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Posted in Education & Information Posted May 4, 2015 1:30:55 AM
Crazyflie or Crazypilot…

Of course it is always fun to test new products before they reach our online store. It is especially nice for the technicians in our company, but occasionally one of the commercial staff jump up from their chair at the sight of a product. Especially now that we have put together a collection of ‘fun’ products: applied electronics with a high entertainment value. Our Eggbot scored highly in the run up to Easter and currently the Crazyfile Nanocopter is our number one hit!

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Posted in Elektor Posted Apr 30, 2015 11:00:00 AM
A Tiny Light sensor

The TSL2584TSV from the Austrian company ams AG is a highly sensitive light-to-digital converter chip that converts light intensity into a digital signal output via its I2C interface. The chip sensors consist of one broadband photodiode (sensitive to visible plus infrared light) an infrared sensitive photodiode...

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Posted in Components Posted Apr 30, 2015 2:26:11 AM
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