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Could Mad Systems’ new recognition technology “change everything” about experience design? Nov 11, 2020 Judith Rubin Attractions, Business, Features, Headlines, IPM Interviews, Museums, News, People, Technology & Media Comments Off on Could Mad Systems’ new recognition technology “change everything” about experience design? By Michael Oliver Photo Above: Mad Systems’ Maris Ensing holds one of the …

COURTESY PHOTOGeorge Holmes is the CEO of Resonant Inc., an electronics manufacturer on Cremona Drive in Goleta, which just successfully created a design for a 5G radio frequency filter that can improve 5G data rates by more than 20%.  A local start-up technology company successfully created a design for a 5G radio frequency filter that …

“We want to lead the effort to open new frontiers in space, and do it quickly and safely,” said Dr. Michael Eades, principal engineer at USNC-Tech. “Our engine maximizes the use of proven technology, eliminates failure modes of previous NTP concepts, and has a specific impulse more than twice that of chemical systems.” Advancements in …

David Malan/Getty Images In technology, inherent bias can be hard to root out. Our tech tends to reflect the people who create it — their perspectives and experiences shape how products are designed. Whether you’re talking about a smart city or a smart speaker, the systems that underpin our lives are the sum of designers’ decisions; …

The HP Spectre Family The new HP Spectre x360 14 rounds out the Spectre Portfolio, with the latest intelligent features that adapt to the user for the ultimate in productivity. The HP Spectre x360 14 The Spectre x360 14 is the world’s first laptop to use keyboard scissors made from natural, renewable material [24]. The …

Forget fancy trims found in other SUVs, the SEAT Ateca rewards the family with practicality, ease of access and a refined ride. Arriving late to the party, SEAT’s compact SUV marks the third pillar of the brand, alongside Ibiza and Leon. Continuing just-auto/AIC’s review of interior design and technology trends, we take a closer look …

Use the words “new uniform” in 2020, and many folks might think of athleisure, longer hair and fancy-from-the-waist-up attire for video conferencing, but not Girl Scouts of the USA. The organization — now 2.5 million strong, with more than 1.7 million girls and 750,000 adults — has partnered with the Fashion Institute of Technology to launch …

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — DesignerInc is thrilled to announce the launch of the Gilded Circle™ – a tech-infused loyalty program created for the new era of design. Highlights of the program include: Style Stars. All designers shopping on DesignerInc earn Style Stars™ with every purchase, accruing $25 in Style Stars for every $1000 …

Public health is emerging as a core expertise of learning design. Harm reduction is now being incorporated into the core principles of universal design. COVID-19 has forced instructional designers to optimize for health protection alongside student learning. For some unforeseeable future, colleges and universities will be navigating the twin goals of providing residential learning experiences …

Big news for mobile: as of today, Firefox for Android users in Europe will find an entirely redesigned interface and a fast and secure mobile browser that was overhauled down to the core. Users in North America will receive the update on August 27. Like we did with our “Firefox Quantum” desktop browser revamp, we’re …