smart object

smart object

(1) A tag that identifies a product. See nearable.

(2) Any item with built-in electronics.
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Or when in Adobe Camera Raw, shift-click the Open Image button to open the file as a smart object from the start.
Those extra widgets and microchips turn a dumb object into a smart object.
PHOTOSHOP CS3 LAYERS BIBLE comes with a cd-rom of over ninety stock photos for use and source images from the book, and covers all the basics and advanced-level uses, from how to create a smart object from an image file to using layers in other applications outside of Photoshop.
Performance increases in the new models are the result of faster CPUs, greater memory and smart object caching algorithms, while the ICX detection and analysis engine identifies, classifies and filters web traffic.
The program also features smart object technology, which offers significant time-saving benefits because the enhanced 3-D modeling can be performed on-the-fly, thereby reducing the time it takes to reformat the presentation.
And by editing or suppressing features, such as a hole in the center, the same smart object can be used to create a circular boss or a rectangular rib.
Progress Software's Smart Object technology uses a graphical interface to define and link objects.
The IPSO Alliance, which promotes the use of internet protocol (IP) for smart object communications, has added a new heavy hitter to its lineup.
TOKYO -- Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL) today announced the availability of its metropolitan area network (MAN) development kit, the TWR-METRO-KIT-NA/JA, enabling developers to quickly build a 6LoWPAN-compliant smart object network out of the box, integrate it with their own hardware and perform network performance evaluation in a real-world environment.
We will address the interoperability gap by defining a generic, unified Web API for smart object platforms, called the BIG IoT API.
A smart object is one that combines sensing, computational power, communications capability, and a small power source like a battery to provide real time information to a host application.