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Arm Cortex-M3 processor - the core of the Internet…
The Arm Cortex-M3 processor has been central to many innovations in the IoT space; it’s the innovator’s choice.
The New Era of Augmented Reality: A Look at the Present, Near Future and Far Future
This blog explains how various use cases will develop through the new era of augmented reality - now, in the near future and in the far future.
February 17, 2020
Taking a look inside the new HoloLens 2
As Microsoft launches its latest mixed reality headset, the HoloLens2, we take a look at the key features and capabilities of the wearable device and how Arm is enabling performance and power efficiency benefits.
March 14, 2019
CES 2019 round-up: Consumer AR moves closer
Blog from Ian Pilkington, an VR and AR expert at Arm, details the innovative products he saw at CES 2019, and outlines why mass-consumer uptake of AR is just a few years away from being a reality.
February 19, 2019
Five benefits of hiring a Design Services company
Arm created the Arm Approved Design Partner Program (AADP) in 2016 to enable partners to turn their product concepts into working silicon more quickly. While the program was conceived to assist new customers, e.g. start-ups and OEMs, with their Design Start designs, the need to get products to market earlier equally applies to Arm’s traditional silicon partners.
November 12, 2018
Mobile inside-out VR Tracking, now available on your phone with Unity
Roberto Lopez Mendez
This blog presents a detailed description of the steps to achieve mobile inside-out VR tracking with Unity and Google ARCore/Tango SDKs running on Samsung GearVR or Google Daydream.
October 18, 2017
What's next for headsets?
The cat is out of the bag. There has been a lot of speculation around Apple’s plans to remove the headset jack for the iPhone 7. The recent announcement confirming this will now lead to innovation and new opportunities in the headset market. T...
September 12, 2016
Omate's Mali-based Smartwatch for Kids Gives Peace of Mind Parenting
Last week, at MWC, ARM® partner Omate® announced their first standalone smartwatch designed especially for kids, with their brand-new Omate Wherecom K3. Featuring a 3G Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex®-A7 and an ARM Mali™-400 GPU, the K3 ...
February 26, 2016
4 CES trends that could shape 2016
The beginning of a year brings with it the potential of many new things; resolutions, good habits and of course the new gadgets that promise to change our lives at CES. Amidst the glitz of promises of longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives, the ...
January 18, 2016
Atmel launches low-power connected platform targeting IoT and wearables
During CES 2016,
unveiled a complete, ultra-low-power connected platform for cost-optimized IoT and wearable applications. This new platform features the world’s lowest power ARM Cortex-M0+, the
Atmel | SMART SAM L21
, and award-winnin...
January 11, 2016
PoP technology makes wearables viable market for board makers.
Embedded Computing Boards is much more than industrial PCs. In fact there are unique and differentiating technologies such as PoP, which stands for Package on Package technology that can be offered by only a few embedded board companies. One su...
November 18, 2015
ARM enables smartphone-quality visuals on wearable and IoT devices with the Mali-470 graphics processor
Yesterday, the Media Processing Group at ARM announced a new highly-efficient graphics processing unit (GPU), the ARM® Mali™-470, to enable smartphone-quality visuals on wearable and IoT devices:
ARM Mali-470 GPU Offers Improved Efficiency...
October 21, 2015
Eight-year-old Maker builds an Arduino-based smartwatch
Do you recall what you were doing back in the summer of fourth grade? Chances are you weren’t creating a programmable, Arduino-based smartwatch like eight-year-old Maker Omkar Govil-Nair, let alone starting your own business.
August 18, 2015
This wearable turnkey system combines MCUs, connectivity, touch and sensor technologies
Did you know that 45.7 million wearable devices are expected to ship this year, up 133.4% from the 19.6 million units shipped in 2014? And by 2019,
reports are calling
for shipment volumes to reach 126.1 million units, resulting in a five-year CAGR o...
June 2, 2015
EE and entrepreneur wrote the book on tech product design (and you can get it for free)
With all the buzz around crowdfunding new hardware and after meeting some of the founders of these startups I thought it wise to talk to someone who has literally written a book on electronic products design, John Teel.
John comes from the worl...
May 19, 2015
UnaliWear Kanega is like a “wearable OnStar for seniors”
Most of you who’ve lived through the late ‘80s and ‘90s can’t distinctly recollect those Life Alert commercials with Mrs. Fletcher yelling, “Help! I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up!” Lo and behold, the ca...
February 21, 2015
ARM-based Pinto lets you carry files on your wrist
When it comes to saving files nowadays, we have several options ranging from good ol’ flash drives and discs to cloud storage. However, let’s face it. How many pocket-sized USB devices have you lost in the past, leaving you no choice but ...
January 29, 2015
This tiny device puts an entire workout in your pocket
wowed the CES crowd with its smartphone-sized WellShell exercise device. This year, the team debuted its consumer-ready version along with a brand new prototype for their TAO Chair, allowing users to burn calories right from the...
January 29, 2015
Tron-like headphones pulse to the music and your heart
Anyone who has ever attended an electronic dance concert or a nightclub knows that music and vibrant lights go together like a rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong. Well, a Bay Area-based startup is now converging these two into a slick set of ear...
January 28, 2015