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high frequency converter system for acoustic separation of particles
A prototype designed to test the idea that sound waves can be used to extract solid particles from flowing water.
This concept can be applied to treating waste water, or in developing nations as the first step towards water filtration without the need for traditional material filters. The prototype showed promising results under laboratory conditions.
1kW inverter system for distributed generation systems
Australia's winning entry for the IEEE International Future Energy Challenge 2005.
A new trend in electric power generation is distributed generation. The concept involves the electricity "consumer" generating electricity for their own needs, and to send their surplus electrical power back into the power grid. A distributed generation system can therefore meet local peak loads, reduce transmission losses, and displace the need to build additional distribution lines.
an innovative, efficient current-fed push-pull grid connectable inverter for distributed generation systems
Power Electronics Specialists Conference, 2006. PESC '06. 37th IEEE
Holmes, D.G.; Atmur, P.; Beckett, C.C.; Bull, M.P.; Kong, W.Y.; Luo, W.J.; Ng, D.K.C.; Sachchithananthan, N.; Su, P.W.; Ware, D.P.; Wrzos, P.
Developed audio visualization code featured in the iOS-based music game.
GoPublic for iPhone
TomTom for iPhone/iPad
Award-winning turn-by-turn navigation on Apple iOS devices. TomTom for iPhone is available in over 30 countries worldwide and is one of the highest grossing apps of all time.
Featured in Apple's Best Apps of 2009 in 36 countries.
TomTom for Android
Award-winning turn-by-turn navigation on Android powered devices. TomTom for Android is available in over 24 countries worldwide.
FPGA prototyping platform and ASIC bring up
FPGA prototyping, hardware verification and silicon bring-up of Canon's 90nm 3-million gate 4th-generation Ultra Fast Renderer (SURF4-UFR) raster image processor ASIC.
The chip has been incorporated into Canon's high-end digital imaging devices.