Blogs

Welcome to the QDN blog! We regularly post blogs on a wide array of topics for our developers. From AI, gaming, XR, robotics, IoT, Snapdragon tools, and even 5G. Scroll down to see our most recent posts, and review our Blog Topics in the right navigation.
Friday 12/13/19 09:00am
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Posted By Dev Singh
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Build a Seeing, Hearing Robotic Arm with the Qualcomm Robotics RB3 Platform

Remember when I posted that that our Qualcomm® Robotics RB3 Platform wasn’t very pretty, but it was very smart? Sahaj Sarup, application engineer at 96Boards, proved that by building a seeing, hearing robotic arm around the RB3. This post from Sahaj recaps noteworthy steps on his software and hardware path to getting a 6-degrees-of-freedom (6DOF) arm to work with voice and computer vision (CV). Let’s hear from Sahaj...

Wednesday 12/11/19 09:00am
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Posted By Ana Schafer
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Enhanced Mobile Broadband — 5G Innovation for consumers?

Have you figured out yet how 5G will affect you as a developer? I’ve been posting this series of articles about 5G to show you what’s coming up and to get the wheels of innovation turning in our developer community. In this piece, we’ll look at enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), the part of 5G designed for better user experiences on consumer devices that can take advantage of extreme network speeds and capacity.

Monday 12/9/19 08:42am
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Posted By Rajan Mistry
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Top 5 QDN Projects for 2019

Technology resources available through Qualcomm Developer Network (QDN) are used by many different types of developers around the world ranging from our industry customers, OEMs, and ecosystem players, to makers, students, and hobbyists.

Our Projects Page showcases these talents and the use of our technologies through clever projects that you can read about and recreate.

Thursday 12/5/19 09:00am
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Posted By Todd LeMoine
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Nreal: A Vision for a Lighter Pair of Mixed Reality Glasses

Over the last few years, the size and weight of head-mounted displays for mixed reality (MR) applications has continued to decrease while also becoming much more comfortable to wear for longer periods of time. But when compared to traditional glasses worn daily by millions of people, the weight and style of MR wearables remains an issue, especially for consumers who often make product purchases based on both form and function. In realizing this, one company has set out to try and satisfy both of these critical elements in the MR segment with new light-weight MR glasses.

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