stick model

stick model

A picture made of lines, or vectors. For example, in biomedical applications, the limbs of a person or animal are converted into lines so that the motion can be visually observed and graphically plotted and analyzed.
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Fairly dunderheaded I'm sure you'll agree, but no more so than when Geordie presenter Donna Air asked well-known brother and sister band The Corrs how they first met, or Zoe Ball who, when told someone had made a match stick model of the Arms Park, said: "Wow, amazing.
ReadiVac's prior stick model, which was hidden in a back room of the Douglas Quikut booth here, is based on a 25-year-old design that is unchanged, Stuckey said.
API's Alum-I-Lite Quick Stick Model AL 404 comes in three 4-foot sections that weigh a total of only six pounds, making this 12-foot pole especially portable.
The Sony CD-RW ATAPI (EIDE) internal drive (CRX175A/A1) will be available in October while the Memory Stick model (CRX175M/A1) will be available in November with estimated U.
Linens 'n Things, which has an active relationship with Euro-Pro, chose to feature a Shark cyclonic Bagless Stick model.
The transfer of data from the external loads and dynamics engineers, who rely on the classic stick model, to the internal stress analysis engineers, who develop a much more complicated and detailed model, is cumbersome and time-consuming.
ADATA exists wide range Of USB Flash Stick models and latest SD and microSD cards for the consumers and general public also other storage products such as the newly-introduced SATA Flash modules, CFast and SD cards.
Is it because she looks different to the other stick models that could have hosted this event?
In those days I had the wee stick models built from balsa wood, covered with kitchen paper.
Several of these stick models convert to hand vacs or feature cordless designs.