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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Exams will be distributed in your section meetings after next Tuesday. Screening in Section: Crisis , (Robert Drew & Associates) Richard Leacock, James Lipscomb, D.A. Pennebaker, & Hope Ryden, 1963

By Roberta
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LIGHT AND COLOR SYLLABUS

LIGHT AND COLOR SYLLABUS

LIGHT AND COLOR SYLLABUS. CYNTHIA MARTONE JAMES C. LOPRESTO. INTRODUCTION. Quiz every Thursday Labs (class exercises) Power Point Presentations (30 minutes) Final Exam (as Scheduled). POWER POINT TOPICS. Telescopes Cameras Lasers Holograms Stimulated Emission The Interferometer

By paul
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Understanding Genetics of Human Eye Color

Understanding Genetics of Human Eye Color

Understanding Genetics of Human Eye Color. Human Eye Color. In 1907, Charles and Gertrude Davenport outlined what is still commonly taught in schools today: Brown eye color is always dominant to blue; Two blue-eyed parents always produce a blue-eyed child, never one with brown eyes.

By elina
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Lab 10 : Human Eye Anatomy

Lab 10 : Human Eye Anatomy

Lab 10 : Human Eye Anatomy. Biology Department. Objectives. Identifying Human Eye parts & their functions. Eye Anatomy. Eyelids : Protection: Protects eye from foreign matter (dust, dirt, debris) Protects against bright light that might damage the eye

By lotus
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Colour Technology

Colour Technology

Colour Technology. Colour Technology. Why are we using colours? . Identification Branding Convey a Mood or a Style Choice. Introduction to Colour Technology. Assessment and Measurement of Colour Factors Affecting Colour Matching Methods of Colouring. observer. light source. object.

By corby
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168 442 Introduction to Image Processing

168 442 Introduction to Image Processing

168 442 Introduction to Image Processing. The First Semester of Class 2546 Dr. Nawapak Eua-Anant Department of Computer Engineering Khon Kaen University. Course Syllabus. Date and Time : MW 11.00-12.00 EN 4510, LAB1 TU17-20, LAB2 TH17-20 Assessments: Attendance & Homework 5%

By marin
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Operator Course Explosives & Drugs

Operator Course Explosives & Drugs

Operator Course Explosives & Drugs. Course Overview. Trace Detection Equipment Overview Calibration Sampling Itemiser 3 Analysis Shift Maintenance. Trace Detection. Trace Detection. Purpose of Trace Detection. Traces are microscopic amounts of particles and vapors.

By kaelem
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Sensation and Reality. Table of Contents. Exit. General Properties of Sensory Systems . Sensation: Information arriving from sense organs (eye, ear, etc.) Perception: Mental process of organizing sensations into meaningful patterns

By kasi
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Review of Selected Surface Graphics Topics (1)

Review of Selected Surface Graphics Topics (1)

Review of Selected Surface Graphics Topics (1). Jian Huang, CS 594, Spring 2002. Visible Light. 3-Component Color. The de facto representation of color on screen display is RGB. Some printers use CMY(K) Why? The color spectrum can not be represented by 3 basis functions?

By step
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. The Human Eye. Physics Review. Light: Electromagnetic radiation Wavelength (nm) determines quality Why light? Reliable Prevalent Informative. The Head. Eye placement: Lateral vs. Frontal Skull: Orbit Eye Movement 6 extra-ocular muscles: Conjugate Vergence Eyelids

By kat
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What are microbes?

What are microbes?

What are microbes?. helminths. yeast. viruses. cyanobacteria. protozoa. bacteria. algae. mold. Taxonomy. http://www.linnean.org/html/history/linnaeus_biography.htm. http://www.nhm.ac.uk/library/linn/. www.amazon.com. Taxonomy. Plantae. Animalia. Fungi. Protista. Monera.

By ishana
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What if we could assemble the basic ingredients of life the way nature does it, atom by atom and molecule by molecule?

What if we could assemble the basic ingredients of life the way nature does it, atom by atom and molecule by molecule?

What if we could assemble the basic ingredients of life the way nature does it, atom by atom and molecule by molecule?. Feynman’s Talk, 1959, Caltech. “What I want to talk about is the problem of manipulating and controlling things on a small scale.”

By bailey
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Important Announcement

Important Announcement

Important Announcement. Lab this week Not in the usual room Will meet in Friend 017. Digital Cameras. Engineering Math Physics (EMP) Jennifer Rexford http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~jrex. Image Transmission Over Wireless Networks. Wireless networks Wireless technology

By chavi
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By : - Jaspreet Rekhi www.rhombnet.com www.ppt.rhombnet.com

By : - Jaspreet Rekhi www.rhombnet.com www.ppt.rhombnet.com

By : - Jaspreet Rekhi www.rhombnet.com www.ppt.rhombnet.com. Flavonoids.

By tekla
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Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides

Boundless Lecture Slides. Available on the Boundless Teaching Platform. Free to share, print, make copies and changes. Get yours at www.boundless.com. Using Boundless Presentations. Boundless Teaching Platform

By atalaya
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BIONIC EYE

BIONIC EYE

BIONIC EYE. A Look into Current Research and Future Prospects. Blindness. Inability to see. Causes of Blindness. Damage to: Clear Structures in the eye, that allow the light to pass through The nerves within the eye Optic Nerve Brain. Bradley’s Research . Breakthrough in 1960

By libitha
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Perception and Reality Things Are Not Always As They Seem...

Perception and Reality Things Are Not Always As They Seem...

Perception and Reality Things Are Not Always As They Seem. Why Don’t We Always Perceive Reality Correctly?. Why Don’t We Always Perceive Reality Correctly? Overview. There are three general possibilities: (1) The WORLD ’s “fault”… Does the information the world sends us mislead us?

By paxton
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The World of HD

The World of HD

The World of HD. Dr. Hayden So Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 24 Oct, 2008. Area You Ready?. What does HD really mean?. H igh D efinition Full HD 1080p 1920 x 1080 pixels + progressive scan PAL: 768x576 Supposedly higher quality video, TV.

By fordon
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Large Hadron Collider ( a.k.a The Big Bang Machine)

Large Hadron Collider ( a.k.a The Big Bang Machine)

Large Hadron Collider ( a.k.a The Big Bang Machine). SES 4U0 R. ORR SEPT 2012. WHAT IS IT?. Large Hadron Collider (LHC) about 9000 of leading world scientists have been gathering in Europe to build one of the largest science experiments in history

By oke
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Cameras

Cameras

Cameras. By: Jordan Dickens. Table of Contents . Types of cameras How they have changed Their lenses . Types of Cameras . DSLR Mostly used by professional photographers Also known as complex cameras Point-and-Shoot Has Built in flash and viewing screen

By ozzie
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