Have to balance need for speed with cost-effectiveness. Early Adopter = higher costsLate Adopter = lower costs, lost opportunityIncorporating into Products:- First mover- Fast Follower
Faster processors make augmented reality possible. Gives devices the speed and power to project these things. Also, SIRI and the Ipad use these processors. Makes it possible to run everything at high speed. Future processor will be smaller yet more powerful and faster. Soon to be in all top of the line devices.
Star off asking the class. How many have heard of augmented reality? How many have experienced augmented reality? Tell them they all have either seen or heard of augmented reality.
Tell definition. Then explain two examples. How people watching a football game on t.v. sees a yellow line but its not really on the field. Once again how it enhances our view on a ipod.
Is 201 presentation_2_moore's_law
Moore’s Law and ItsFuture Applications Chris DeFeo Jake Sandler Randall Forde Mike Zeberlein Steven Kroh
Moore’s Law• Chip performance per dollar doubles every eighteen to twenty-four months.• Chips = Processors • Execute instructions of a program • Determines computer speed
Why Does Moore’s LawMatter? • Processors in 18-24 months will be twice as fast as existing models, but cost the same. • Current processors would then be half their current price.
The Limits of Moore’s Law• Photolithography (the patterning and etching of chips using light)• Rising Costs• Temperature control• Our ability to manufacture smaller components
Overcoming the Limits withNanotechnology• Carbon Nanotubes- Aiding in heat dissipation and structural design• Nanowires- helping to increase the maximum number of transistors on silicon chips
Overcoming the Limits withNanotechnology• Thermoplastic Nanoimprint Lithography- The current standard• 3D Lithography- The latest breakthrough in chip manufacturing