Home Theater Setup For Gamers In Immersive Settings

Not all games are basic puzzles, platformers, or button-mashing adventures. Video games have become an art form in some cases, delivering a full experiences that envelopes the senses and brings players to a new world as best as the developers can manage. Sound design has been a part of games for at least two decades, and if you're still using the television's speakers or a basic pair of computer speakers, you're missing a lot of major engineering work.

Mobile App Basics For Small Business Owners

In a mobile-driven society, having everything at the touch of a button has become almost an assumption. Unfortunately for many small business owners, keeping up with the app-focused consumers can be challenging. If you've been trying to figure out what your company's next step should be to capitalize on the growing mobile trends, you should think about developing a mobile app for your business. Here's a look at a few key facts that you should know about mobile apps and their development.

Does Your Smartphone Need Replacing Or Refreshing?

A slow smartphone is no fun at all. Don't be mistaken by the name; smartphones are handheld computers with a very small phone radio built in as one of many features, and if you want to make the most of your investment, you'll use the apps to your advantage. If your smartphone seems to be slow to respond with any functions--whether it's an app or the calling functions--consider a few possible causes before turning it in for a replacement or possible upgrade.

Design Tips For Efficient Printed Circuit Boards For Your Electronics Product

If your company is manufacturing a new electronics product and you are tasked with designing its printed circuit boards, then these tips will help you design them to run in the most efficient manner: Design Tip: Leave Spaces Between Your Components for the Board's Wiring If your new product needs its electronic components to fit in a small space, then you might be tempted to jam them all together on the printed circuit board.

Two Features Your Nanopositioner Should Have

If you're new to nanopositioning stages, also called nanopositioners, you're probably excited to use them in the lab because of the high resolution they provide and the way they enhance the features of your scanning microscope. However, when it's time for you to purchase your own mechanical stage, you might not know where you should start. There are two factors in particular you need to think about in order to make a smart choice about nanopositioners; learn more about each below.