head scanning

head scanning

[′hed ‚skan·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Scanning of the visual field by using movement of both the head and the eyeballs.
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Head Scanning providing a head-scanning service to ensure that all aircrew requiring to be fitted with APED have their heads measured and data recorded to enable;
Computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are the most common head scanning techniques used in emergency medicine.
He noted that the head scanning apparently plays an important role in helping the larvae to bring together multiple visual inputs into a unified whole for the brain to process, similar to collecting together multiple pixels to form a picture.
Condron noted that the head scanning apparently plays an important role in helping the larvae to bring together multiple visual inputs into a unified whole for the brain to process, similar to collecting together multiple pixels to form a picture.
Similarly, the protective coating layer preserves metal particles from damage that high-speed head scanning can cause and makes a significant contribution toward improving durability.
P10x/8-4 MHz Phased Array Transducer for pediatric cardiac, abdominal and head scanning.
UCAP uses a new facial imaging technology that combines head scanning, motion capture, and 3D video recording to deliver the most true-to-life golfers in a video game.
The new video game systems will push the standards of detail and quality in the next generation of video games, and this new head scanning program will provide our licensees with the ability to create the most advanced games possible.
The dual head scanning allows for a very simple straight through jam proof transport.