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First DejaView PCBs

3rd June 2010

(from left) Dirk de Jager, Bashir Al-Hashimi, Wendy Hall, and myself with the PCBs
(from left) Dirk de Jager, Bashir Al-Hashimi, Wendy Hall, and myself with the PCBs
Today we received the PCBs for the DejaView device (version 1)! Nearly a year has passed since we first began to think about how technology can better assist sufferes of memory loss, and we are well on the way to having our first new devices.

The device, forming a part of the dejaview system architecture (alongside a mobile-phone and web service) includes a three megapixel camera, bluetooth radio module, ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller and an array of different sensors.

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