Mouser: real design ideas and virtual reality tours on show

Once again, Mouser will be emphasizing at Embedded World how it supports the design process in a number of ways. On demonstration will be two MikroElektronica Click Boards, exclusively developed for Mouser, that provide a low cost development platform for Panasonic’s Grid Eye sensor and Intel’s Joule 570x developers kit. Visitors will also be able to see Intel’s RealSense SLAM demo that maps surroundings and identifies objects in real time.

More than 870 low cost development kits will be given away at the show. Already, anyone can enter Mouser’s Online Competition to win high cost development kits from some of the company’s main suppliers, including Analog Devices, Intel, Texas Instruments, and STMicroelectronics.

Visitors to the Mouser booth will be able to take a Virtual Reality tour of Mouser’s impressive, new warehouse and to take away one of 6,000 cardboard headsets free. Mouser also has an exclusive partnership with STMicroelectronics, and special offers will be available in the ST FanShop 4A Stand 238.

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