i750

i750

A programmable compression chip from Intel that supports a variety of techniques including DVI, MPEG and JPEG.
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Profiles of the aerosol concentration measured by PCASP probes on (a) the SAFIRE ATR 42 between 0800 and 1100 UTC,(b)the DLR Falcon 20 between 1120 and 1500 UTC, and (c) the BAS Twin Otter between I600 and I750 UTC 5 Jul 20I6.
The i750 identicom devices made by Reliance use Location Based Service (LBS) technology - in other words, the mobile phone transmission network.
Capable of delivering image quality of 300 dots per inch (dpi) at 200 dpi speeds, the KODAK i730 and i750 Scanners rapidly extract specific content for immediate use across information dependent workflows.
Instead of using an inexpensive (and low-quality) computer microphone, you now can buy a phone specifically designed for use with VoIP: the Clarisys i750 (www.clarisys.com).
The environment interfaces with Intel's i750 chip to present video, high-fidelity audio, high resolution still images, graphics, animation and more.
Such special decompressing video cards (such as Intel's i750 DVI processor) were developed in the late 1980s, but few users could afford them at $2-3,000 a pop.
To hear the animal sounds requires the Multimedia Extensions to Windows (Editor's note: Windows 3.1 has these Multimedia Extensions built in.) Finally, a DVI device driver and a DVI i750 Series 2 chip set from Intel will enable access to about half an hour's worth of video.(106)
The Smart Video Recorder records motion video, capturing and compressing it in a single step via its Intel i750 (Indeo) video processor.
Indeo enables either software-only playback on 486-based PCs or with hardware assistance using products based on Intel's i750 video processor.
The i750 Video Processor: A Total Multimedia Solution
The advanced multimedia technology, Intels' i750 DVI (Digital Video Interactive) is integrated directly on the hardware platform's motherboard providing the kiosk with full-motion video.
The latter is based around the i750 Video Processor chip, which compresses, decompresses and manipulates digital still and motion video.