Kirei and Wall Panel Systems, Inc. (WPS) have formed a partnership to launch a groundbreaking series

Kirei and Wall Panel Systems, Inc. (WPS) have formed a partnership to launch a groundbreaking series of systems that enable uniform mounting of acoustic panels with a variety of reveals between panels. Available now, the new kit allows for easy and attractive installation of Kirei’s celebrated EchoPanel product line, which is made by Woven Image and distributed exclusively in North America by Kirei. EchoPanel is a decorative, acoustically absorbent panel with a felt-like finish, made from 100% PET plastic containing up to 60% post-consumer content. The product’s range of options in terms of thickness, color, pattern, and form allow for a high level of customization, yielding specialized applications that cater to projects’ unique acoustic requirements. Previously, the process of installing these tailor-made solutions in a clean fashion could be challenging and time-consuming, especially for large-scale projects such as airports, auditoriums, offices, and classrooms. “Acoustics are an integral part of any environment, whether it be commercial, retail, hospitality, healthcare, education or residential,” said John Stein, owner and president of Kirei. “When we launched EchoPanel, t...

When you’re camping, a good sleeping bag alone doesn’t guarantee a good night’s sleep. During the

When you’re camping, a good sleeping bag alone doesn’t guarantee a good night’s sleep. During the night, the insulation between your body and the ground will compress and result in you sleeping directly on the cold, hard ground. Sleeping pads solve this problem by providing insulation from the ground temperature and a comfortable and supportive surface to sleep on. To compare the warmth of sleeping pads, we use R-values, which are FTC-regulated measurements of a material’s thermal resistance, borrowed from the construction industry. For a pad, they typically range from 1 to 10 with 10 being excellent for use in winter temperatures and 1 more suited to hot summer nights. A pad’s R-value is almost entirely based on the material inside, which are either down, closed-cell foam, self-inflating, open-cell foam, and plain, old air. If the forecast is extra frigid, it’s common to put a closed-cell foam pad under another pad, effectively doubling up the insulation power of the pads. The other main factor in picking a sleeping pad is comfort. Very rarely will you bed down on a soft layer of pine boughs, and if your camping experiences are anything like mine, you’ll undoubtedly wind up sle...

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Following Pigs: Building An Injectable Livestock Tracking System

I’m often asked to design customer and employee tracking systems. There are quite a few ways to do it, and it’s an interesting intersection of engineering and ethics – what information is reasonable to collect in different contexts, anonymizing and securely storing it, and at a fundamental level whether the entire system should exist at all. On one end of the spectrum, a system that simply counts the number of people that are in your restaurant at different times of day is pretty innocuous and allows you to offer better service. On the other end, when you don’t pay for a mobile app, generally that means your private data is the product being bought and sold. Personally, I find that the whole ‘move fast and break things’ attitude, along with a general disregard for the privacy of user data, has created a pretty toxic tech scene. So until a short while ago, I refused to build invasive tracking systems – then I got a request that I simply couldn’t put aside… A friend working with a large agricultural firm wanted an injectable RFID system to track pigs from birth to slaughter. I laid out the system architecture next to what I had from various proposed consumer tracking systems. I lo...

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