The Touch-Sensing HMI In Wearable And IoT Devices

The touch-sensing human-machine interface (HMI) in wearable devices is a key element of their consumer appeal, providing a responsive, intuitive way to interact via touch buttons and sliders in devices such as earbuds and smart glasses, or via a small touchscreen in a smart watch. Competition in the market for these types of wearable device continually drives innovation. Manufacturers battle fo... » read more

Debugging Graphics Synchronization Issues With Sourcery Analyzer

The modern user interface (UI) has come of age. UIs are ubiquitous among many of the more popular consumer electronic products in use today, from mobile phones and smart appliances to automotive in-vehicle (IVI) systems. In many ways, the UI is the only interaction a consumer has with an embedded system so it has to work perfectly with very little room for error. To download this white paper... » read more