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VLC

(1) See visible light communication.

(2) (VideoLAN Client) Open source media player software that is part of VideoLAN, an academic project for streaming video that began in Paris in the mid-1990s. VLC runs under all popular operating systems and supports a wide variety of video formats. For more information, visit www.videolan.org/vlc.
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Las Vegas, USA -- The Visible Light Communication (VLC) industry is growing at a rapid rate and is set to exceed ten billion devices by 2023, according to HomeGrid Forum President Dr Len Dauphinee.
Release date- 25072019 - VLC Renewables (VLCR)(+), the Jersey-based Fund established by Low Carbon and Vitol to invest in renewable energy generation, and LongWing Energy S.C.A.
The security flaw, CVE-2019-13615, was apparently discovered in version 3.0.7.1 of VLC by CVE and reported by CERT-Bund.
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Visible Light Communication (VLC), modulated with G.hn technology, is set to be the next major innovation in realising the full potential of both the Smart Home and the Smart City, according to HomeGrid Forum.
The commonly used ranging and positioning algorithms based on VLC technology include received signal strength (RSS), arrival time (TOA), arrival time difference (TDOA) and arrival angle (AOA).
Firefly LiFi is a manufacturer of Visible Light Communications (VLC), also known as LiFi.
VLC media player is a free, open-source, cross-platform application created by the French software-development organisation VideoLAN.
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