The case of “A.IR” Back in 2008 Sebastian and Tobias, my friends of si-entertainment.org, had the idea to develop computer games that could be controlled with the new Nintendo Wii controller Wiimote. In addition to various acceleration sensors, the Wiimote has an infrared receiver that uses signals from the Wii transmitter bar for orientation in… Continue reading Technology induced software product development
Or: The Need for a Magic Moment Actually, I wanted to do a post about challenges in public traffic but now we all face a much bigger challenge. The new Corona virus causes enormous effects in daily life as well as in the working area. Of course, there are much more important points then Workshops… Continue reading (QFD-)Workshops in Corona Times
Since last week I may call myself a QFD moderator (Certified Facilitator) which is a certificate of the German QFD institute (QFD ID). The first time I heard about QFD was in a lecture during my studies at mechanical engineering. It seems to me like a very maths heavy approach to make quality measureable and… Continue reading Became QFD Facilitator!
Seems like a very standard blog post. Just the first entry on this new blog and I think, the headline fits very well. Why this blog? I think the business card is a little bit out of fashion. I want to inform and start to discuss about my research in the field of technology analysis… Continue reading Hello world!