The following technology is currently on display in the showcase!
Wearable and Hands Free
Comfortable armband allows for hands free electronic control
Link Myo to a computer or mobile device and control applications with a flick of the wrist
EMG Sensor Technology
Myo sensors read muscle movement in the forearm
Measure Entire Rooms with Ease
Capture dimensions of rooms in a fast, accurate, user-friendly way
Mobile Thermal Imaging
Convert your mobile device into a thermal imaging camera to get heat readings from anywhere and anything
See people or animals in the dark by their heat signature
Use seek to see a clogged drain, how much heat escapes around doors and windows, and other home improvement projects
More technology to come to the showcase soon!
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The following technology has been highlighted in the showcase.
More Information via gelosite.com
More information via imrsv.com
A cryptocurrency is a medium of exchange designed around securely exchanging information, which is a process made possible by principles of cryptography. Mining refers to running cryptocurrency software on a computer to be a part of the banking system.
Throughout the year, the showcase hosts various events. The following special events have been highlighted.
On October 29, 2013, a “Meet and Greet” event was held for students, faculty, and staff interested in Gaming, Mobile App Development, or Programming.
Who is YETi CGI?
YETi CGI is a Grand Rapids game design and production studio who developed the “Library Quest” game at GVSU. In short, the Library Quest game is a mobile app that provides “quests” for students to explore the new Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons. By completing quests, students are able to learn about the library resources, services, and spaces while earning points for prizes!