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What IoT Can Learn From the Emoji

Posted Apr 14, 2014 by Jake Smeester in General

Have you ever wondered how emojis ever became a thing? According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, it appears that emojis originated in Japan, which isn’t all that surprising as many look similar to Japanese comics. Emojis were first created in the late ’90′s and they were so popular in Japan that […]

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The Marshmallow Cannon Is Going to Freescale Technology Forum 2014

Posted Apr 7, 2014 by Jake Smeester in General

At a recent event, we brought our marshmallow cannon to demonstrate ThingFabric, our Internet of Things (IoT) platform. Here’s a quick rundown on how it works: The Ingredients The gun itself is made from PVC with an air reservoir and a sprinkler valve. The electronics include a connected microcontroller and drive circuitry for the valve. […]

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