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Free-form

Shapes that are characterized by a free-flowing rather than a geometric structure, resembling forms found in nature.
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The main objectives of the activity are the following: 1) to define design tools for optical instruments using free-form optical elements.
Continuing on this tradition of innovation, Sharp announces the development of the Free-Form Display, a device that can be shaped to meet a wide range of user needs thanks to the incorporation of IGZO technology and proprietary circuit design methods.
A new Rutgers University study shows that free-form gestures - sweeping fingers in shapes across the screen of a smart phone or tablet - can be used to unlock phones and grant access to apps.
I am thrilled to bring the Jim Ladd free-form rock radio show to SiriusXM.
It incorporates both guided community movement and free-form dance.
In the latest incarnation, free-form lighting can be created by snapping these plastic sheets together in any shape and size you wish.
Instead, these objects are free-form shapes, which are particularly difficult to create/design in the world of parametrics.
Free-form surface-modeling capability has been added at no extra cost to the solid-modeling engine of new Version 21 Cadkey Workshop software from Cadkey Corp.
Free-form agent-centric emails to multiple customers and prospects
The appeal of such free-form genre-bending reaches well beyond the Asian and queer communities: The band has found receptive audiences at folk festivals, punk gigs, and German music halls alike.
It long ago dropped free-form experimental programs in favor of a middlebrow schedule that resembles the old networks circa 1960, when Newton Minow himself dismissed television as a "vast wasteland.
An 8 mm diameter vacuum orifice is used to hold wafers during the free-form measurements.