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Shaping Smarter Cities – Global Solutions

After traveling the world to see how technology is shaping smarter cities, Grant returns to WIRED Brand Lab to debrief what he’s seen and learned, thanks to some very innovative companies and our sponsors: Analog Devices, Intel, Microchip Technology and Molex.  

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Shaping Smarter Cities – Los Angeles, USA

Grant Imahara, Mouser Electronics and WIRED Brand Lab make their final stop in LA to check out an AR helmet developed by DAQRI for use in construction, city planning, and much more! Mouser and series sponsors Intel, Analog Devices, Microchip Technology and Molex give you a head start on the technology of the future!  

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Shaping Smarter Cities – Tokyo, Japan

In their next stop, partners Mouser Electronics, WIRED Brand Lab and Grant Imahara visit Tokyo and meet with the group at Mirai, whose goal is to bring farm-fresh food to the middle of one of the busiest cities on the planet. Join Mouser and series sponsors Intel, Analog Devices, Microchip Technology and Molex for a look at the future.  

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Shaping Smarter Cities – Porto, Portugal

In Porto, Portugal, partners Mouser Electronics, WIRED Brand Lab and Grant Imahara meet with Veniam — a homegrown tech company that is adapting city-owned transportation infrastructure to build a mobile, wireless mesh network that provides Wi-Fi to the city. Join Mouser and series sponsors Intel, Analog Devices, Microchip Technology and Molex for a look at the future.  

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Shaping Smarter Cities – WIRED Brand Lab

Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara team with WIRED Brand Lab, and our manufacturer sponsors Intel, Analog Devices, Microchip Technology, and Molex to explore technological solutions that are being designed and developed to create a more livable future for our cities.  

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Arduino + VoiceBox Shield + WiFly Shield

Engineer Chris Taylor showing his project combining an Arduino, VoiceBox Shield and WiFly Shield to create an Arduino based portable WiFi server that speaks when someone on that WiFi network browses to the devices IP address and enters in some text.  

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Arduino Wav Player

Ryan, a SparkFun Engineer, wrote a tutorial that will guide you through using an Arduino main board, a AD5330 breakout board (8-bit DAC), and a microSD Shield to make a slick device to playback uncompressed Wav files.  

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