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Humans have an uncanny ability to estimate haptic features of an object such as haptic shape, size, texture and material by visual inspection. A significant computer vision problem is that of estimating haptic features from visual images. While explorations have been made in estimation of visual features such as visual texture, work on estimation of haptic features from video is still in its infancy. We developed a methodology to establish ground truth for estimation of haptic features from visual images. We assembled a visio-haptic database of 48 objects ranging from nonsense objects to everyday objects. The variation was ...
Students create note-taking device for visually impaired | ASU ...
IMAGINE THAT: ASU students David Hayden and Andrew Kelley receive an award during the Microsoft Imagine Cup for creating a device that helps those with low vision see a professor’s lecture more clearly. (Photo Courtesy of Microsoft) Warsaw, Poland —Those who have trouble seeing the board in class may no longer have to worry. ASU students David Hayden and Andrew Kelley created a device that helps those with low vision see a professor’s lecture more clearly. Their creation received first place in the Touch and Tablet Accessibility category at the Microsoft-sponsored 2010 Imagine Cup held on July 8 in Warsaw, Poland. Their project, ... market research, surveys and trends
SorinGroup with the smallest implantable cardiac defibrillator ...
Development of implantable and diagnostic systems and innovative leader in ELAMedical announced the European launch of OVATIO (TM) implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD). Sorin Group new ICD product family includes a dual-chamber models OVATIO DR and a single-chamber models OVATIO VR.   Implantable cardioverter defibrillator is designed to quickly detect a life-threatening rapid heart ventricular – ventricular tachycardia. It is to provide anti-tachycardia pacing the heart pulse or an electrical shock to restore normal rhythm. ICD can prevent sudden cardiac arrest in Europe, which is leading cause of death, each ... market research, surveys and trends


Logging with various supporting cable systems in the mountains and on steep slopes will be of great importance in the future. When used correctly, this technique guarantees an environment-friendly logging process. To meet the changing practical requirements, the corresponding training of staff must keep pace with technological progress. The Enterprise The Franz Mayr-Melnhof-Saurau Forest Estate covers a total acreage of approximately 32 000 ha (1 ha= 100 metre × 100 metre = 2.5 acre). It is the biggest privately owned forest enterprise in Austria. The forests are situated in a mountainous region, thus the slopes ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
20 percent of the American population––nearly 55 million people––spend their days in our ..... electrical device over a period of time from 1 minute to 9999 hours. ... button once to display the cumulative energy consumption. Press ..... most gas meters measure natural gas in hundreds of cubic feet––or CCF. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Apple iPhone 4 Teardown Reveals $188 In Materials
A teardown of the iPhone 4 reveals that Apple spent nearly $188 in materials and electronics to create a device that's highly profitable and reflects the company's design prowess, a research firm says. Apple's bill of materials for the new iPhone is a continuation of the company's ability to hold down costs, as reflected in previous versions of the smartphone, iSuppli said in releasing its teardown analysis Monday. However, what makes the iPhone 4 "radically different" is the design. "Just as it did with the iPad, Apple has thrown away the electronics playbook with the iPhone 4, reaching new ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Emerging blue-phase LCDs
Next-generation LCDs based on the Kerr effect promise submillisecond response time, the ability to dispense with the molecular alignment layer, wide viewing angle, and insensitivity to cell gap. Following more than four decades of active research, device development, and massive investment in manufacturing technology, thin-film-transistor LCDs (TFT-LCDs) have finally taken off, to the point where they dominate the flat-panel display market. LCDs have become indispensable to everyday life. They are used in a range of applications that includes cell phones, computers, TVs, and data projectors. LCD technology can thus be said to be ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Cubic Display Device "Z-agon"
Cubic Display Device "Z-agon". -The Movie to Design Z-agon with Scenario-. Junya Ueda. ∗. Faculty of Environmental. Information. KEIO University SFC ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Resolve size variations to less than 0.05 cubic microns in seconds ...
nished with a visual display of the contents within the 100mm Petri dish, ... there's a hollow fiber device available from Cordis to meet your requirements. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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What is the range of the new Apple Ipad in terms of cost?
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