Neuromorphic Hardware Accelerator For Heterogeneous Many-Accelerator SoCs

A technical paper titled “SpikeHard: Efficiency-Driven Neuromorphic Hardware for Heterogeneous Systems-on-Chip” was published by researchers Read More →

Intel’s Meteor Lake chips are coming to desktops after all

The on/off saga of Meteor Lake for desktops has been settled once and for all. Read More →

Microsoft leak reveals new Xbox controller with an accelerometer and DualSense-style haptics

According to documents accidentally leaked by Microsoft during its trial with the FTC (spotted by Read More →

Driving a Motor with an Audio Amp Chip

[InazumaDenki] wanted to answer the question: can you drive a motor with an audio amplifier Read More →

When Does Impedance Matching a PCB Trace Become Unavoidable?

A common joke in electronics is that every piece of wire and PCB trace is Read More →

Flexure PCB Actuators Made Before Your Very Eyes

When we see something from [Carl Bugeja], we expect to see flexible PCBs and magnets Read More →

A Mainframe Computer for the Modern Age

The era of mainframe computers and directly programming machines with switches is long past, but Read More →

Tiny Spheres Hiding in Your Display

Liquid crystal and Organic LED displays have revolutionized portable computing. They’re also made of glass. Read More →

Rokid Station Lets You Access Android TV Anywhere In AR

The device pairs with Rokid AR glasses to provide a portable entertainment experience. Earlier this Read More →

RFID Emulator + E-paper Badge Can be Programmed With Sound

In a way, an e-paper display makes an excellent foundation for a reprogrammable RFID card. Read More →

AC-DC Converter is Reliable, Safe, and Efficient

When first starting an electronics project, it’s not uncommon to dive right in to getting Read More →

MeArm 3.0: The Pocket-Sized Robot Arm

We all might dream of having an industrial robot arm at our disposal, complete with Read More →

Dentist Tool Hardware Inspires Non-Slip Probe Tips

Cross-pollination between different industries can yield interesting innovations, and a few years ago [John Wiltrout] Read More →

The True Cost Of Software Changes

Systems & Design OPINION Changes to software can impact the hardware. Concluding that hardware updates Read More →

A Volumetric Display with a Star Wars Look and Feel

It may not exactly be what [Princess Leia] used to beg [Obi-Wan] for help, but Read More →

Kinefox Tracks Wildlife for a Lifetime

Radio trackers have become an important part of studying the movements of wildlife, but keeping Read More →

Recreating an Analog TV Test Pattern

While most countries have switched to digital broadcasting, and most broadcasts themselves have programming on Read More →

Bust Out That Old Analog Scope For Some Velociraster Fun!

[Oli Wright] is back again with another installation of CRT shenanigans. This time, the target Read More →

PCIe For Hackers: Extracting The Most

So, you now know the basics of approaching PCIe, and perhaps you have a PCIe-related Read More →

PCIe For Hackers: The Diffpair Prelude

PCIe, also known as PCI-Express, is a highly powerful interface. So let’s see what it Read More →