3D printed objects connect to WiFi without electricty

University of Washington researchers have created 3D-printed objects and sensors that can collect data and communicate with other WiFi-connected devices entirely on their own. One typical application says the university is a laundry detergent bottle that can sense when it is running low on soap which will automatically connect to the internet to place an order for more.

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Sharp launches 70-in LCD videowall panel

Sharp has launched a 70-in LCD videowall display called the PN-V701. It is the latest addition to Sharp’s PN-V range, which is suitable for high end retail projects and transport hubs.


digiLED CEO on the global videowall market

Paul Milligan chats to Graham Burgess, CEO of digiLED, about the global LED videowall market, and finds out which sectors in South Africa are performing well and which ones aren't.

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