Daily Archive: Thursday, February 16, 2017

Accelerometer combines resolution and low power in tiny footprint

[ad_1] February 16, 2017 // By Graham Prophet Joining ST’s low-power, high-performance MEMS product family the LIS2DW12 has 16-bit output and can be set to prioritize low power consumption or low-noise performance, with five settings in either mode. Four settings in each mode save waking the system to check for data, and allow efficient single-byte

American tourist dies at popular diving spot in Iceland

[ad_1] An American tourist died of a heart attack after snorkeling in freezing waters at Iceland’s most popular diving site on Sunday. The 65-year-old collapsed at the side of the Silfra fissure, where his tour guide performed CPR as other horrified tourists looked on. The tourist, who has not been named, was flown to the

Role of School in a Child’s Character Building: Harvest International School

Apart from the academic skills, a school also bears the responsibility of building positive characters in children. Building a positive temperament is quite an unformed concept; hence it is at times difficult to achieve it too. Parents’ participation cannot be denied but the school being a child’s first encounter to the world outside home; it