Author Archives: Josh Mull

Josh Mull

World Cup Goes High Tech

06.23.2014 by Josh Mull

It only took 4 days for the 2014 Fifa World Cup’s newest high tech toy to be put on display. During the France –Honduras game, French player Karim Benzema’s shot bounced off one of the goalposts and began to skip across the goal mouth. As the Honduran goalkeeper scrambled to keep the ball out of the net, fans both in person and at home were left wondering; did the ball cross the goal line?

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Pinhole Camera to Venus

06.29.2012 by Josh Mull

On June 5, Venus passed between the Earth the sun causing a rare celestial event. This event caught some of us at Key Tech by surprise, and at the same time we felt the need to see this event that will not happen again until 2125. As such, we spent part of our afternoon trying to devise ways to stare at the sun without hurting our eyes, and the best option we found was to build ourselves a pinhole camera.

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It’s Prime Time Baby!

03.14.2012 by Josh Mull

Each year Key Tech designs a unique holiday card.

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Selecting Research Topics with Product Development in Mind

08.31.2009 by Josh Mull

I recently published a short article in the IEEEGOLDrush newsletter (June 2009, p. 15) about what differentiates successful projects from those that struggle for attention. The defining characteristic is market need.

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Happy Earth Day from Key Tech

04.22.2009 by Josh Mull

When environmental compliance is a design goal early in the development process, these and many other opportunities exist to create innovative products with green footprints. On this Earth Day, consider how your next product could be made more environmentally sound with some green design principles.

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3/14 – Happy Pi Day!

03.14.2009 by Josh Mull

Geeks and Greeks rejoice – March 14th is Pi Day (3.14) – a day to celebrate the mathematical constant that seems to find it’s way into all things geometric. If you’re so inclined, you can learn a bit more about Pi (the constant), rent a copy of Pi (the movie), read Life of Pi (the book), or even eat an Apple Pie (the food).