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tilt

 
1. to tip away from an upright position.
2. a condition of being tilted.
pelvic tilt an anteroposterior motion of the pelvis around an imaginary axis in the frontal plane.

tilt

(tilt),
Slope.
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The acquisition expands TILT's infrastructure platform, providing access to 13 m additional potential customers and bringing its total addressable market to over 100 m people.
A connection between an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), MPU 60-50 [9], and a microcontroller, Arduino-UNO, was made; the goal was to record the tilt sensors raw data at any time and process them to get a reliable tilt measurement.
There was significant variation in heart rate variability frequency domain parameters being reduced in positive responders to active phase of head-up tilt test as compared to negative responders.
The tilt on the lower elevation has plateaued, but the seeming downward trend of the tilt on the middle slope was not sustained,' she said.
The new Canon Tilt-Shift lenses also offer improved operability over previous models, including larger tilt, shift-and-lock knobs, lock-release button and a new tilt-locking mechanism that firmly locks the lens in the zero-tilt position to help prevent unintended tilting to increase more precise shooting capabilities.
The League One outfit, who returned to the third tier at the first time of asking via the playoffs, have made former Wrexham defender Tilt their first capture of the summer.
This work is a complete collection of our findings on the underlying mechanism involved in our foveal and peripheral vision for modelling the perception of the induced tilt in the Cafee Wall illusion.
The unique tilt switch can be used as an alternative to a top-mounted rotary level indicator and is suitable for a wide range of solid materials in most industries.
"We're trying to build the values around it before we build it," Tilt said.
The MTLT sensors also include programmable tilt alarms for tilt safety applications.
Also known as Tilt and Shift lenses, these allow the photographer to tilt the lens when it is still fixed to the camera body and 'straighten' any converging verticals within the frame.
"The lock is just floating in water and because of its underwater shape plus the fact that the center of gravity is in the center of the circular hull shape, it is easy to tilt," Poldervaart says.