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Image Processing Software with Line-Thinning Feature

01/02/2017 by piolenc
I used to have an image processing program that I liked a lot, particularly because it included a line-thinning feature. It was very useful, particula...
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Last comment 01/03/2017 by jhammond
 

Phone or Tablet as Appliance UI?

12/27/2016 by Anonymous Poster
I'd be keen to use phone or tablet as the touch interface of the electrical appliance my company produces. The screen should be integrated to the unit...
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Last comment 12/29/2016 by James Stewart
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A Keyboard That Can Gauge Emotions

01/11/2017 by Engineering360 eNewsletter
This new app uses affective computing to gauge the user's emotions based on various aspects of his or her typing, and sharing that information with th...
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Last comment 01/15/2017 by Rixter

Adapting Product Development Process for Engineers

10/31/2016 by SavvyExacta
The reach of a product manager spans the organization. It's thought that the role got its start back in 1931 when Neil H. McElroy wrote a job descript...
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