Q&A: Chris Paiano (Problem Solving & Design)

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Chris Paiano is an Elko, NV-based problem engineer. His father introduced him to programming at an early age, and Chris has continued to team with his father to write software and firmware for some of his hardware designs. Chris has written … Continue reading

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Q&A: Stephan Lubbers (Sensory Innovation)

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Stephan Lubbers enjoys sensing technology. He is a creative engineer and inventor whose designs often build on his need to monitor data and figure out how things work. Steve and I recently discussed some of his designs, his contest-entry process, … Continue reading

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Q&A: Andrew Spitz (Co-Designer of the Arduino-Based Skube)

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Andrew Spitz is a Copenhagen, Denmark-based sound designer, interaction designer, programmer, and blogger studying toward a Master’s interaction design at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID). Among his various innovative projects is the Arduino-based Skube music player, which is … Continue reading

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Q&A: Hai (Helen) Li (Academic, Embedded System Researcher)

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Helen Li came to the U.S. from China in 2000 to study for a PhD at Purdue University. Following graduation she worked for Intel, Qualcomm, and Seagate. After about five years of working in industry, she transitioned to academia by … Continue reading

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Q&A: Miguel Sanchez (Professor, Designer)

This is a sample depth image projected in a 3-D space. It appeared in Sanchez's article, "Image Processing System Development." (Source: M. Sanchez, Circuit Cellar 263)

Miguel Sánchez (PhD, Computer Science) is Valencia, Spain-based computer scientist, embedded tech enthusiast, and professor who regularly challenges himself to design innovative microcontroller-based systems. Since 2005, Circuit Cellar has published six of his articles about projects such as a digital … Continue reading

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