Advancements in Wearables, Wireless Charging, and Rapid Computing

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This issue of Microelectronics TOE covers recent developments in wearables, wireless charging, and rapid computing. Innovations profiled include wearable to tackle stress and lack of concentration by Brainno, infinite charging for electric vehicles by the Stanford University, advanced security wearable through real-time imaging and voice alarm by Occly LLC, wireless charging through mousepad for PC gaming by Logitech, and a carbon-based transistor for ultra-fast computing by the University of Central Florida. The Microelectronics TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) captures global electronics-related innovations and developments on a weekly basis. Developments are centred on electronics attributed by low power

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Advancements in Wearables, Wireless Charging, and Rapid ComputingInnovations in Wearables, Wireless Charging, and Rapid ComputingWearable to Tackle Stress and Lack of ConcentrationInfinite Charging for Electric VehiclesAdvanced Security Wearable through Real-time Imaging and Voice AlarmWireless Charging through Mousepad for PC GamingCarbon-based Transistor for Ultra-fast ComputingIndustry Contacts




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