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Software gives human touch to computer-generated music
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10/19/1999   Post a comment
Performing music, like playing chess and creating art, was once solely the domain of humans.
Micromirror arrays perform photolithography step
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10/12/1999   Post a comment
The University of Wisconsin is using digital imaging technology in a novel attempt to simplify the fabrication of custom chips. Rather than creating a set of photomasks to define micron-scale features, a team of semiconductor engineers and molecular biologists hit on the idea of using a Texas Instruments Inc. micromirror array chip — the Digital Light Processor — to create a "virtual mask" for performing photolithography. The technique was devised as an economical way to create custo
Researchers look to develop throwaway chips
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10/5/1999   Post a comment
A multidisciplinary group at Cornell University is chasing a disposable chip technology that would layer plastic circuitry on top of thin, flexible silicon sheets to create throwaway information displays. This cheap technology could be built into consumer items such as milk cartons that scroll through pictures of missing children, or one-sheet newspapers with a button to toggle through the pages.


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