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  • Vici and Hamann both said the sensors — which they called low-power motes — could eventually be adapted to measure how a painting on wood, for example, reacts to minor climate fluctuations.

    Sensors flag environmental damage to art at the Met

  • Vici and Hamann both said the sensors — which they called low-power motes — could eventually be adapted to measure how a painting on wood, for example, reacts to minor climate fluctuations.

    Sensors flag environmental damage to art at the Met

  • Meanwhile, Mr. Courtois, albeit as his "long odds" prediction, says pervasive displays—low-power, high-resolution e-paper technology—will sit at the heart of our digital lives, suggesting that "ubiquitous and seamless connectivity will mean that wherever we are we'll have access to our most important information."

    Corporate Leaders Weigh In On 2012 Technology Trends

  • A larger Windbelt in a 1-meter long frame, called the Windcell, can provide 3 to 5 watts of power, enough for an LED light or other relatively low-power needs.

    Windbelt: Innovative Generator to Bring Cheap Wind Power to Third World | Inhabitat

  • Qualcomm Inc. has developed a vivid, low-power color display for e-readers called Mirasol.

    E-Readers' Color Challenge

  • The system generates a broad, low-power beam of the same sort used to treat eye disorders or to remove hair.

    Week in Ideas

  • Mr. Herman's stations belong to the "low-power" sector, but the big network affiliates would benefit no less from a loosening of the regulatory straitjacket.

    FCC vs. Innovation

  • U.S.: A small, low-power networked home server, called the Plug Computer, that can deliver data and applications to a variety of devices.

    The Winners, Category by Category

  • Mr. Herman's company, WatchTV, owns four low-power stations in the Portland area.

    FCC vs. Innovation

  • U.S. A small, low-power networked home server, called Plug Computer, that can deliver data and applications to a variety of devices.

    2010 Technology Innovation Winners

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