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Academic projects of ESPRIT Tunisia : ESPRIT Smart School

Intro ESPRIT Mobile is a team of professors/researchers at ESPRIT school of engineering Tunisia. During every academic year, ESPRIT Mobile team has the mission to work on cutting edge technologies with a special field of student engineers called SIM ( ...

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Academic projects of ESPRIT Tunisia : Salvo (Smart Suite Case)

Intro ESPRIT Mobile is a team of professors/researchers at ESPRIT school of engineering Tunisia. During every academic year, ESPRIT Mobile team has the mission to work on cutting edge technologies with a special field of student engineers called SIM ( ...

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Oculus rift DK2 at ESPRIT Mobile

Esprit Mobile Team is always at the forefront of technology and trends, this time by acquiring oculus rift DK2 of facebook. Actually, with their students, the Esprit mobile team members work on various and innovative projects in several areas like ...

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Apple Watch in ESPRIT MOBILE !

Apple Watch in ESPRIT MOBILE !

Say Hello to the new and hight Tech, Apple Watch, ESPRIT MOBILE department just acquired the new smart watch made by Apple, several new project are already launched on it, The Apple watch was first announced by Tim Cook on September 9, 2014. ...

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Tunisian teacher in Space Academy for Educators Program by NASA

Tunisian teacher in Space Academy for Educators Program by NASA

  Houssem Eddine Lassoued, associate professor at ESPRIT School of Engineering from Tunisia, recently attended SPACE CAMP® at the U.S.Space and Rocket Center, NASA’s official Visitor Information Center for Marshall Space Flight Center. From across the world, 200 teachers participated ...

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Google’s smart contact lenses: Could have been Microsoft

Computer-infused contact lenses fit in with the sci-fi ethos of the Google[x] project. But guess what — Microsoft backed the research three years earlier.   In 2011, Microsoft supported Babak Parviz’s research into chip-enabled contact lenses that could detect diabetes-related ...

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