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  • Detect objects with this DIY “radar” display

    Ultrasonic sensors, which emit a high frequency sound wave then listen for its return to determine an object’s distance, are useful in a wide variety of robotics projects. If you’d like a visualization of how the sensor views an area, this “radar” from Mr Innovative presents a fun option. The 3D-printed console...

  • Time on the Beach: Working at NIST Hawaii

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has campuses in Maryland, Colorado, South Carolina and Hawaii. Now, I know what you’re thinking, “Hawaiian campus? How do I get a job at NIST?” Perhaps calling it a “campus” is a bit of an exaggeration. Ensconced within the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Missile...

  • MIT Researchers Develop Seamless Underwater-to-Air Communication System

    TARF is a new approach to converting sonar to radar without any intermediary steps...

  • EEVblog #1088 – Uber Autonomous Car Accident Report

    The NTSB today released the report into the fatal Uber Autonomous car accident. TLDR; The RADAR, LIDAR, and cameras DID detect and classify pedestrian bicycle correctly. The system DID determine that emergency braking was required. But Uber disabled the systems emergency braking feature in autonomous mode. Uber also disabled...

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