Brain Controlled-Tech and the Future of Wireless

February 7, 2017 Circuit Cellar Staff

Wireless IoT devices are becoming increasingly common in both private and public spaces. Phil Vreugdenhil, an instructor at Camosun College in Canada, recently shared his thoughts on the future of ‘Net-connected wireless technology and the ways users will interact with … Continue reading

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