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quantic

[′kwän·tik]
(mathematics)
A homogeneous algebraic polynomial with more than one variable.
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Professor Steve Beaumont, director of the Quantum Imaging Centre, QuantIC, University of Glasgow
Quantic Dreams have even found a way to motion capture eye movement by placing capture points along an actor's lower eyelid.
The press event opened with a glimpse at PS3 supernatural action title 'Beyond: Two Souls', from the Quantic Dream studio that made 'Heavy Rain'.
One of the best known studios, Ubisoft, has a strong foreign presence and has moved part of its production activities back to France thanks to the tax credit, while Quantic Dreams was threatening to leave the country if the scheme was not continued.
I think that quantic mechanics have told us that we have to take chance seriously.
For a productive analogy between the algorithmic virtualization of texts and quantic processes, see Pedro Barbosa, 'Aspectos Quanticos do Cibertexto' ['Quantic Aspects of Cybertext'], in Cibertextualidades, edited by Rui Torres, Volume 1 (2006): ll-42.
The deal will be implemented via Wingefors's GO (Game Outlet Aktiebolag), which will also buy 95% in JoWooD's Romanian subsidiary SC Quantic LAB SRL.
The Quantic Group, "CBRN Medical Countermeasures (MCM) Manufacturing Capabilities Analysis of Alternatives Report," 15 June 2009, 10.
CBRN Medical Countermeasures (MCM) Manufacturing Capabilities Analysis of Alternatives Report" (Livingston, NJ: The Quantic Group, 15 June 2009), 10.
London, Mar 17 (ANI): Heavy Rain, created by Quantic Dream won big at the Bafta Video Games Awards, picking up three awards.