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Tech Exposed: Teardown of the Oculus Rift DK2
Onlinecomponents.com takes a part an Oculus Rift DK2 in search of what makes up the finished product. Checkout this short and sweet video to learn more!
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Tap Tap Tech: Screen Technology
This may be an incredibly brief overview of screens, but it’s obvious that screens have come an incredibly long way from their inception and that size and resolution aren’t everything.
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Tech Xposed: Arduino Buildup
Tech Xposed builds up an Arduino R3 with components from us! Check out the details in this cool video.
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Tap Tap Tech: Mars
Today, we’re going to discuss Mars – the planet, not the candy maker. Mars has held a cultural interest for the world for literally millenia, being named after the Roman god of war due to its red, angry color. In the late 1800’s, Mars fascination peaked again as research revealed what seemed to be artificial structures – leading to books such War of the Worlds and the Princess of Mars. And now, it seems as if Mars has taken the spotlight again. Curiosity currently wanders the planet, and my office in a much smaller form, NASA just verified that liquid water still flows on today’s Mars, intermittently at least, and the movie “The Martian” was just released, the first decent Mars movie in years.
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