dynamic imaging


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dynamic imaging

the ultrasonographic imaging of an object in motion at a frame rate that does not cause significant blurring of images and at a repetition rate sufficient to represent the movement pattern adequately. Also called real-time imaging.
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to deliver true dynamic imaging capabilities to online businesses in Japan and Asia Pacific countries.
In addition to sharp thermal resolution at 76,800 pixels (320x240) for accurate diagnostics even from a distance, the new T440 features MSX[TM] MultiSpectral Dynamic Imaging, a FLIR exclusive.
Through innovative cross-media solutions such as dynamic imaging and e-videos, our technology breaks down many of the barriers of online shopping, creating an interactive and highly personalized customer experience," noted Sheila Dahlgren, senior director of San Francisco-based Adobe Scene7.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-12 October 2007-GE Healthcare finalises purchase of Dynamic Imaging LLC(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Dynamic Imaging, a leader in digital image management, processing and distribution for the healthcare industry, has subleased 15,600 s/f from Media Sciences International at 40 Boroline Drive in Allendale, New Jersey.
MediaRich has the dynamic imaging features such as zoom/pan, colorization, mixing and matching, 360-degree rotations, and text overlays.
a provider of high-performance dynamic imaging solutions for the enterprise, and Digital Island, Inc.
Contract Notice: Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) platform for static and dynamic imaging of various samples in air and liquid including potential controlled environment.
com uses Dynamic Imaging for online shopping catalogues(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.

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