Live Object

Live Object

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Using 3D Live Object Modeling, users can even create a fun digital avatar to dance or interact with.
Using 3D Live Object Modeling, consumers can even create a fun digital avatar to dance or interact with.
Realm's robust support for the Universal Windows Platform, which provides a common application platform on every device that runs Windows, means a developer can use the Realm Platform's unique live object database, synchronization engine, and offline-first capabilities to build sophisticated real-time applications and features that work across the majority of modern Microsoft devices, as well as Google Android and Apple iOS devices.
Other notable features include live object tracking (a crosshair is activated and selects the hottest point on the field of view), 5 polarity options, image brightness control, LED map light, 2 & 4x digital magnification, video out and much more.
This object (B) will not be erroneously collected because it is also referenced by a live object A.
Persistence Software, San Mateo, Calif.; Valtech, London; and the European Bioinformatics Institute (a division of the EMBL); recently announced that Persistence's object-oriented Live Object Server would be used to provide real-time access to the EMBL database.
Occasionally 'ekphrasis' is overworked, and seems to become merely fanciful; so we get 'A Castle-Builder' and 'The Eve of St Agnes' as 'reverse ekphrastic' poems, which still the live object and transform it into art, 'ekphrasis as Baedeker' or 'metonymic ekphrasis' (dependent on mere names and objects), and 'Ode to Psyche' as 'ekphrastic preparation' or 'notional ekphrasis' (pp.
An industry first, the live LTE-M demo will leverage the Orange data management platform Live Objects. Visit the Orange booth, #E581, to see IoT in action for the manufacturing, logistics, utility and retail industries.
In addition, the hologram can display live objects, people, landscapes or virtual computer generated models in full three-dimension or stereographic views.
"I can create two-dimensional images with actual, even live objects, while arranging them in a collagelike fashion," he says.
Live objects such as plants, flowers and pets have their own life force.