Both gates are activated from within the house via an electronic camera
intercom security system.
Agr's solution is to monitor pearlescence in the bottle--a sign of crazing--with an electronic camera
and adjust the preform temperature to the lowest level above the point of crazing so as to combine highest orientation with longest time to stress cracking.
MOBESE, is an electronic camera
system and is widely been using to closely observe the traffic situation in the cities of Turkey.
When we went to photograph Mr Lloyd, we couldn't take an electronic camera
So bad is his condition that, when we went to photograph him, we couldn't take an electronic camera
Now, with an electronic camera
, even if you didn't press the button you've still got it.
The other patents in the new suit cover things like automatically transmitting images from an electronic camera
to a service provider, capturing digital photos to be transferred to an email address, and transmitting photos from a digital camera over a cellular or Wi-Fi network.
Always hire a plumber that specializes in electronic camera
leak detection that can locate and repair the leaking slab quickly, before the problem gets worse and costs you much more in repairs.
Keep in mind that human inspectors have 3-D vision, whereas an electronic camera
produces a 2-D view of an assembly or product.
Over the past ten years, the electronic camera
market has exploded, to the extent that it is now almost impossible to find anyone able to develop your own old-fashioned film at a shopping mall.
The electronic camera
had a mini disc where images were recorded and stored.
In 1972, Texas Instruments patented a filmless electronic camera
, and in 1981 Sony released the Sony Mavica electronic still camera that was the first commercial electronic camera