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(Top Of Form) The beginning of a physical paper form. To position paper in many printers, the printer is turned offline, the forms are aligned properly and the TOF button is pressed.
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In 2016, Infineon was the first to bring out its 3D ToF image sensor, developed with pmd, for the Google Tango Project.
In the latest research note shared by 9to5Mac, Kuo claims that at least two of the 2020 iPhone models could feature a ToF sensor on the rear.
ToF sensors measure the time it takes for lasers, light or other like materials to travel a certain distance.
According to the company, the HD TOF PET platform is based on digital silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs) and lutetium-yttrium oxyorthosilicate (LYSO) crystals, offering a 2.8 mm NEMA PET spatial resolution with time-of-flight (TOF) technology and a large 32cm axial field-of-view.
The central point of our investigation was to assess the transatrial and transventricular methods for the primary repair of TOF by anchoring pulmonary valve in children of age range (1-15 years) and assessing their transient results in a tertiary care cardiac health facility.
Beyond facial recognition, TOF 3D Sensing Technology also opens new possibilities for entertainment and work.
Industry's highest resolution 3D sensing: Vivo's TOF 3D Sensing Technology features industry-leading performance in depth of information captured with its 300,000 sensor points, which is 10 times the number of existing Structured Light Technology.
Broadly speaking, pulsed ToF enables longer ranges, while modulated ToF can yield more precise data at higher acquisition rates.
In this paper, the error correction technique for pulsed ToF LIDAR sensor is proposed.
All patients of TOF who underwent angiographic study for the diagnosis of pulmonary artery malformations and other associated cardiac defects from January 2014 to June 2016 were selected for this study.