Happy Holidays Modsquad!
We hope 2017 has been a productive, enjoyable and interesting year for all and everyone is looking forward to some family time over the next few weeks.
Looking forward to 2018, the year for Moduware kicks off very quickly with our team exhibiting at CES Las Vegas from Jan 9-12th. We will be showcasing our new travelers pack solution called “ROAM” and we would love to meet and talk to any of our backers and supporters who plan on going. We will be located at Sands Expo in Hall G and Venetian in booth 53338 and will be running live demonstrations of our product and allowing you to control and play with the different modules we have to offer. We will also being running a competition so stop by and get your name in the running to WIN 1 of 10 Modpacks we will be giving away!
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Melbourne is quickly becoming a central hub for innovative ideas and startups in Australia. Home to more than half of Australia’s top 20 technology companies, Victoria’s industry has over 8,000 companies including many international firms such as Telstra, IBM, Microsoft and Intel.
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Introducing the Moduware speaker, the most versitile portable stereo experience for conference calls and music.
In order to provide a quality audio experience, both for vocal clarity on portal conference calls, and music enjoyment, we engaged an audio engineering expert to get the power and acoustics just right. Audio is one of those specialty fields that have a lot of complexity and nuances that drastically change the result, and we took our time looking for the best guy for the job. Continue reading »
Jaundice is the yellow discolouration of your skin and the whites of your eyes. It affects 6 in 10 babies within the first month after birth and can be fatal if not treated correctly.
A group of Melbourne University Engineering students have been developing a new non-invasive device for parents and doctors that helps in the detection and measurement of Jaundice in infants. Continue reading »
Here at Moduware we’re big fans of all things modular. Modular products are by virtue scalable, flexible, and economical, particularly in terms of economics and environmental footprint in regard to reducing the need for replacing entire products when all but one module are functioning. Intrinsic to the modular aesthetic is a nexus between standardization and customization. This is a concept that extends to the design of technology, architecture, toys and fashion. Here’s some of our favourite examples: * Modular computers The… Continue reading »