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a.1.Arable; tillable.
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Witnessing people she loves earable slaughtered is her next unbearable trauma, before light arrives at the end of a very dark tunnel when a revolutionary young chap called Robert (Jack Lowden) rocks up at the plantation promising change.
We have carried out research and development on a wearable system (earable ZEN) that provides support to allow the practitioner to perform zazen casually and simply at home, without going to the temple, and on their own, without the presence of a Jikijitsu or Jikido.
Earable ZEN does not evaluate the meditative state using brain waves (electroencephalogram: EEG) as seen in prior studies [13-24] instead monitors the breathing and posture of those performing zazen in lieu of a Jikijutsu or Jikido.
An external view of the earable ZEN is shown in Figure 1, and a block diagram is shown in Figure 2.
As shown in Figure 2, the earable ZEN consists of one ear sensor for measuring disturbances in the breathing or posture of the user, one miniature actuator for communicating the disturbance in breathing or posture to the user, and one microcomputer for judging that there has been a disturbance in the breathing or posture of the user based on the information from the ear sensor and controlling the actuator.
They integrated data processing circuits, a wireless module, and an infrared sensor in a 3-D printed device they call the "Earable Smart Device," which detects ear (and thus core body) temperature.
This would all be a lot more earable were it to be playing out gainst the background of a trong global economy, but the ow-growth environment leaves ttle room for error, and so I would expect volatility to remain levated.
The outer appearance of the earphone-type chewing-count measurement device named earable RCC is shown in Figure 2.
Nishikawa, "Earable: a novel earphone-type wearable sensor and its applications," in Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference of AnalytiX-2017 (AnalytiX-2017), p.
Caption: Figure 2: Outer appearance of earphone-type chewing-count measurement device (earable RCC).