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  • recording reflected light on a sensitive medium such as film or an optical sensor. For motion photography, see film and animation. For software that manipulates
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  • click Here Let me explain how each logic brick works. First there are sensors. These sense for something (such as keyboard presses or mouse clicks but
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  • Internet Technologies The World of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Communication Systems Sensor Networks Video Game Design  (Mar 26, 2006) CORBA Video Game Design Genetic
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  • The Secrecy Sensor is a device that detects certain classes of Dark magic. Beginner warning: Details follow which you may not wish to read at your current
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  • Environment sensors are sensors that detect and interpret things in the outside world (such as obstacles, sounds, and signs) or about the outside world
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  • (for example, hydraulic systems), pressure sensors can be used to detect faults in the system. Pressure sensors can also be installed in a compressed tank
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  • IR distance sensors are one of the most used distance sensors. They fall in 3 categories: (Short range. Not more than 2 - 3cm) This type uses an
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  • sensors measure force applied to them. This can be in an on-off fashion or as a more or less accurate measurement. One of the most simple sensors available
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  • the sensors on a robot (or elsewhere in the environment) requires adding a sensor object onto the robot, and then reading the value of this sensor object
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  • a book] CCNA Certification UMTS Wireless Mesh Networks Wireless Mesh Sensors See also Wikibooks:Computing bookshelf#General guides The Computer Revolution
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  • Sensors want, trust, and remember facts, and usually describe themselves as "practical". For a Sensor, intuition is untrustworthy, and might seem like
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  • Robotics: Sensors: Thermal Sensors Temperature can be an interesting parameter to measure. The temperature of the surroundings might not be very useful
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  • Robotics (section Sensors)
    Thermal Sensors Pressure Sensors Ranging Sensors Touch Sensors Feedback sensors tell the robot what it is actually doing, and Communication sensors allow
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  • Please see the Comparison table of cameras for camera details such as sensor size, sensor resolution etc Click on the links to see the (often excellent) corrospoding
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  • introductory paper in physics today There is an other wikibook dedicated entirely on the topic of Microfluidics. See also notes on editing this
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  • 8th sensor to the 7th controller. If you have the 8th sensor, make it an OR controller; otherwise, make the controller AND. As for the first 6 sensors, they
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  • panel. Add a touch sensor called "jumpcol" (for 'jump collision') and connect it to the same AND controller as the jump keyboard sensor. Set the f to 10
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  • A sensor is a device which converts a physical property into an electrical property (such as resistance). A sensing system is a system (usually a circuit)
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  • 2, respectively. Another even simpler and cheaper method of touch sensor construction is with 2 pieces of wire. The first, the base, is L-shaped
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  • will begin by examining how sensors are added. typedef std::vector<SCA_ISensor *> SCA_SensorList; SCA_SensorList m_sensors; The first line here is a typedef
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