electronic dummy

electronic dummy

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′dəm·ē]
(engineering acoustics)
A vocal simulator which is a replica of the head and torso of a person, covered with plastisol flesh that simulates the acoustical and mechanical properties of real flesh, and possessing an artificial voice and two artificial ears. Abbreviated ED.
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What we do know for sure is Narayanen's DNA sample was a possible match for the swab taken from the electronic dummy card
They made an electronic dummy of Hagrid's face that cost over pounds 100,000.
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What we do know for sure is Narayanen's DNA sample was a possible match for the swab taken from the electronic dummy card "It is very likely that he will be on the list of suspects again.
The electronic dummy delivers its verdict when you sing in front of it.

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