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Motion Activated Video Camera
- A video camera is a camera used for electronic motion picture acquisition, initially developed by the television industry but now common in other applications as well.
- A camera that records onto digital or videotape.
- The modern CCTV video camera is available in both monochrome (black and white) and color. Cameras can be set in fixed-positions or placed on 'pan-and-tilt' devices that allow the camera to be moved up, down, left and right.
- A camera for recording images on videotape or for transmitting them to a monitor screen
- rendered active; e.g. rendered radioactive or luminescent or photosensitive or conductive
- (of sewage) treated with aeration and bacteria to aid decomposition
- Make (something) active or operative
- (of e.g. a molecule) made reactive or more reactive
- Convert (a substance, molecule, etc.) into a reactive form
- movement: a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
- gesture: the use of movements (especially of the hands) to communicate familiar or prearranged signals
- Direct or command (someone) with a movement of the hand or head
- Make a proposal in a deliberative or legislative body
- gesticulate: show, express or direct through movement; "He gestured his desire to leave"
Settleability Problems and Loss of Solids in the Activated Sludge Process (Wastewater Microbiology)
The activated sludge process is the most versatile, commonly used wastewater treatment system in North America; however, many activated sludge processes frequently experience operational problems related to poor compaction or settleability of secondary solids and loss of secondary solids from the clarifier. Eschewing the technical jargon and copious chemical equations found in the majority of wastewater studies, Settleability Problems and Loss of Solids in the Activated Sludge Process speaks directly to plant operators, showing them how to identify and solve common problems and achieve maximum efficiency.
Michael H. Gerardi’s hands-on guide addresses the most common plant operational problems, such as increased costs, loss of treatment efficiency, and permit violations. Using numerous tables and illustrations, Settleability Problems provides microscopic and analytical techniques for troubleshooting and identifying the conditions responsible for settleability problems and loss of solids. It includes pictures of wet mounts and smears of acceptable and unacceptable microscopic conditions of the activated sludge and presents corrective measures for operational problems. Chapters include:
Undesired Filamentous Growth
Nutrient-Deficient Floc Particles
Slug Discharge of Soluble cBOD
Viscous Bulking or Zoogloeal Growth
Production and Accumulation of Foam and Scum
Volume II in the series, Settleability Problems will prove to be of unparalleled value to wastewater treatment plant operators as well as students of wastewater microbiology.
Worlds within Worlds
You know the effect you get with two almost parallel mirrors, the one that gives you multiple copies of yourself extending off into infinity in both directions? Or the camera-looking-at-monitor-showing-camera-looking-at-monitor effect? That's what this is.
You should see (in the real-life outermost level) my souvenir TEDxOntarioEd shirt, my new Apple Wireless bluetooth keyboard, my iPad, and a set of iPhone earbuds. Then, on the screen of the iPad, you should be able to see the same items replicated (not quite 180 degree rotation) one level in. Then, on the screen of the picture-of-the-iPad on the iPad, you should see the same again. And so on.
I shot this image using a unique new pair of apps called Camera-A (which you install on the iPad) and Camera-B (which you install on the iPhone). Although the first incarnation of the iPad does not have a camera, this simple pair of apps lets you use your iPhone camera to send the live image directly (via WiFi or Bluetooth) to your iPad. On the iPad are the controls to manage the taking of the photograph -- you can see my finger (not in real life, but in the first level iPad image) pressing the button to activate the picture. So although the iPad is not caputuring video, you essentially have live-motion appearing on the iPad as if it were a monitor connected to a video cam -- you then do a still capture from the iPad when you have the image you want.
It would have been nice to have this installed for last night's event, as it is much easier to easily tweet out text/image combos with the iPad keyboard. As it was, however, any such combos were sent from my iPhone, with the much smaller keys. (I tried using Fliq from my iPhone to my MBP, but it wasn't taking over the WiFi network.)
Next time, however, I'll have Camera-A and Camera-B
(I typed this entry with the BT keyboard, connected to the iPad. Almost like using my notebook. So Cool!)
2010/254 - Day 100
Gear up for active outdoor fun with a tough camera that captures both photos and HD videos
Waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof
The camera body is waterproof to 3 m (9.84 ft). It's dustproof too, so you don't have to worry about dust or sand getting inside. And it has passed drop tests at a height of about 1.5 m (4.92 ft). This is one tough little camera that you can take wherever action takes you.
AVCHD format - lets you shoot beautiful HD motion images for a longer time
The TS1 records HD motion images with 1280 x 720-pixel resolution. It uses the AVCHD (MPEG-4/H.264) format, via AVCHD Lite which stores less data than other formats and thus lets you shoot more minutes of HD motion images before running out of memory.
iA mode - shooting incredible photos and motion images has never been easier
Just set the camera to iA mode, aim and shoot. The camera does the rest for you. It automatically sets the optimal mode for the shooting situation, and helps correct blurring, focus, and brightness problems. It also activates the new Face Recognition function, which finds familiar faces in a group of people and captures them in a clear focus and with proper exposure.
28mm wide-angle LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR lens with 4.6x optical zoom
A retracting lens with folding optics is used in this 4.6x zoom lens system, which lets you take shots from the 28mm wide-angle to 129mm telephoto. This gives you the flexibility for virtually any shooting situation - even underwater shots, where the angle of view is naturally narrowed, or when you just want to fill the frame with your subject.
motion activated video camera
Creative solutions without the filler. That is what you get from this practical guide to enhancing your titles, motion graphics and visual effects with Motion. Step-by-step instruction is concisely described and lavishly illustrated. The companion CD shows the techniques at work so you can take them and run.
* A practical, quick-solution guide to using Motion in your editing workflow
* Packed with step-by-step illustrations and succinct instruction
* A CD with a library of effects and techniques that you can replicate
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