flying-spot

flying-spot

adj
(Broadcasting) denoting an electronic system in which a rapidly moving spot of light is used to encode or decode data, for example to obtain a television signal by scanning a photographic film or slide
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Consistent with that strategy, TLC has agreed to adopt the next generation of flying-spot small beam technology offered by the Alcon Summit Autonomous LADARVision system as its primary platform in the Company's refractive centers.
system adapts easily to HDTV with Flying-Spot Technology and
Joseph Dello Russo introduced laser eye surgery to the nation in 1990, he has long been associated with the "firsts" in lasik evolution, leading the implementation of procedures such as Down-Up, Flying-Spot, Tracking, and in recent years the No-blade lasik (2002), as well as Custom-Cornea by Alcon (2003).
C-Reality maintains the ability of a flying-spot telecine to scan part or the full image without the loss of resolution and provide the colorist with the necessary tools to color-correct the scanned image at the highest resolution.
I believe we're going to see a movement toward the use of the flying-spot laser," said Cole Eye Institute surgeon Ronald R.