Lab report about lenses
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...focal lengths. It studies extensive images that are formed by both single and combined lenses. On the other hand, it gives a clear distinction between the concave and the convex lenses. This is because; convex lenses are responsible for the convergence of light, while concave lenses are responsible for divergence. So, the entire experimental set-up as well as the computation of focal lengths and all the other factors clearly shows the ultimate practicability of lenses. All these have been exemplified well in the analysis segment and discussion segment. Introduction: The main... This paper comprise of a lab report that sets basis on the general functionality of lenses including the measurement of the...
Light Concentration
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...focal length; and optical fibers and the total internal... Dear this writing is intended to serve you merely as a model and/or guide. Therefore please put in your own words/style to make it your owngreat work. Thanks -- from, your writer ** Light Concentration In this report, we describe the way light is concentrated with various optical instruments such as lenses, mirrors, and glassy (hyaline) or polymeric fiber. We analyze the tracks that light rays follow when the light has been concentrated by these optical instruments, considering any supporting equations. We analyze here converging convex lenses and the associated lensmaker’s equation; concave mirrors and the associated equation for the focal le...
Resalt of Modeling of optical parameters for optimum collection of concentrated solar radiation for photovoltaic devices
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...focal length). At d=23.900 cm Fig. 6.37: 3D layout of the CPV system (at 23.9 cm) Fig. 6.38: Radiant intensity (False color) at 23.9cm Fig. 6.57: Refraction index vs. wavelength plot During the experiment, we detected a decrease of refraction index with increase of wavelength at a constant temperature of 20°C in all lengths (Reinhard 20), as shown in Figure 6.57. By examining table data obtained from Zemax, optimum power occurs when... 6.6. Initial output In this section, we seek to identify best position for focal point of the Fresnel lens by adjusting the distance between the focal point and surface access of the CPC. Launch Zemax by double-clicking its icon Fig. 6.6: Icon of zemax pr...
Two Topics
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...focal length relies on bending of light and the index of refraction for short wavelengths such as blue light, is larger than that of long wavelengths such as red light (Nave, 2015). The quantity of chromatic aberration relies on the distribution of the lens. The use of glasses of varying dispersion in a doublet or other combination is one way to reduce the chromatic aberration. Chromatic aberration exhibits itself as bands of color along edges that discrete dark and bright parts of the image. This is because each color in the optical spectrum cannot be concentrated at a single common point. Subsequently, the focal length...
Lenses Research Paper
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...focal point. The distance from the lens to the focal point, often denoted by the letter f, is called the focal length. Every lens has its own focal length that forms its defining characteristic. A lens can have either a positive or a negative focal length, depending on the side of the lens on which an object is placed. When the focal point of a lens is on the opposite side of the lens from where an object is placed, the resulting focal length is positive... . On the other hand, when the focal point is on the same side as the object, the focal length is negative. While these terminologies are useful convections used by scientists and engineers...
OPTICS Homework
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...focal length (f) of the HSD, given the diameter of the mirror (D) =2. 4m and the f-number (N) =24, is 24×2.4m=57.6m. 3. The diameter of the pupil is 7 mm., the diameter of the HST mirror is 2.4 m. using the HST to view into the sky at night, the HST gathers more light than the eye. If the eye gathers say, x lumens the HST gathers x×2400/7 lumens. This implies that the HST gathers x×2393/7 lumens more light. 4. The Hubble Space Telescope of a Ritchey-Chretien design, thought of as a Cassegrain has a concave secondary mirror.... Photographic fakery The image represents a falling soldier at the time of his death in the Spanish Civil War. He was twisting towards the ground as his gun fell from his hands....
Describe Fingerprint photographic technique you would use to recover such marks following U.K. guidance
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...focal lengths. Every lens is suited to a particular photo. Only objects that are close to the camera lens are produced clearly. Therefore, for distanced images camera focus should be changed. Oblique lighting with the ALS Photographing of footwear impression in the dust sometimes becomes difficult especially if the dust print was isolated from highly reflective surface such as a gelatin lift. According... Fingerprint Photographic Technique for Recover of Marks Fingerprint Photographic Technique for Recover of Marks Introduction Forensic scientists and crime experts have extensively used fingerprints in criminal investigations in determination who are the perpetrators, victims and witnesses besides their...
Optic lenses
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...focal point of the lens and the distance between the principal focus and the optical center of the lens is the focal length of the lens (Abramowitz et al., 2003). The converging lens is also called convex lens or positive lens. There are 3 main types of convex lens: plano-convex lens, double... ?Optic Lenses The optical lens is a device capable of concentrating (converging) or diverging light. It is formed from a transparent material, most commonly curved (concave or convex) glass. According to the historical facts pertaining to lens gleaned from the Science Fair Project Encyclopedia, the earliest mention of a lens is found in the 424 B.C. play, “Clouds” by Aristophanes, in Ancient Greece which makes a...
Film: cinematography
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...focal length. A long focal length leads to a shallow depth of field and vice versa. In regard to image capture size, closeness to an image leads to a shallow depth of field. Also, a big sensor size leads to a shallow depth of field (Wechsler, 54). Works cited Pra?kel, David. Lighting: N. Light of a Particular Quality or the Equipement That Produces It. Lausanne, Suisse: Ava Publishing, 2007. Print. Wechsler, Harry. Reliable Face Recognition Methods: System Design, Implementation and Evaluation. Dordrecht: Springer, 2007. Internet resource.... due: Film: Cinematography? Advantages of a CCD camera vs. a tube camera In the film public enemies, F23 tube camera was used for digital labor. This camera was...
Collecting and preparing
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...focal length and macro lens should be 50 mm focal length, which gives a standard quality photo. The photographer also should record the crime scene along with the areas attached with it. They also should record the appearance of the evidence and provide the investigator the photograph along with the evidence for the further investigation. At last, the photographs of the crime scene must be presented in front of the judge in the form of evidences in a systematic manner (Pearson, 2015). Specific Responsibilities Crime... Collecting and Preparing Procedure ment The process ment of crime scene photography is to collect the important documents and investigate the collected documents that are related to the...
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...focal length of 660 in. The project will be very expensive and international support will be definitely required... 15 April Astronomy: Answer Though astronomy has surely come a long way, but the dark matter problem still remains unsolved. 95% matter of the universe is still missing which is described by astronomers as dark matter. This problem of missing universe or dark matter continues to be a baffling mystery of astronomy. A new telescope specially designed to meet the needs of this problem can be helpful. This telescope should be equipped with latest technology. It will target ultraviolet wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum. My grand telescope will roughly have a diameter of 450 in and a...
Refraction of Light
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...focal length of the lens are related by the equation: + = where, “o” is the object distance, “i” is the image distance and “f” is the focal length of the lens (Walker et al, 2010) Correction of eye problems Primarily two kinds of eye problems related to the lens exist- myopia and hypermetropia. Myopia is short-sightedness and the inability of the person to see objects at long distances. Myopia is caused... Refraction of Light As little children we have all wondered atleast once as to how a rainbow is formed in the sky or why a pencil appears to bend when we put it in a glass of water. The wave property of light that gives rise to such phenomena is refraction or bending of the light rays when it...
Reflecting imaging
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...focal length. The sensor then converts the light into electrical energy depending on the amount of light from the object... A report on Reflecting Imaging Table of Contents 3 Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Imaging 4 2D imaging 6 3D imaging 6 Camera components 6 Digital and analogue image 7 Eye component and light 8 Capture 8 Digitization of analogue image 9 Display 9 Conclusion 10 Bibliography 11 Reflected Light Imaging Abstract Reflected light imaging is one of the ways a person can create an image. Formation of these images is only possible due law that electromagnetic radiations including light follow. Image production can lead to formation of 2D images and 3D images that each has its advantages. T...
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...focal length depends on refraction. The other reason for the scenario is that the index of refraction especially for blue light id bigger than the red light. According to Khare and Swarup, the amount of chromatic aberration is subject to the dispersion of glass (83). A perfect lens usually focuses on a single focal... Animal eyes glow green when illuminated at night because the eye lenses reflect part of the illumining light. This notwithstanding, the color of the eyes is subject to the pigment of the animals. The science behind the appearance of green glow is that animals have a membrane at the back of the eyeball, which is called tapetum. The membrane usually reflects light at a high sped, back to the ...
Sociolinguistic analysis of language and culture
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...focal length too short. i mean th- you know ideally you want the focal length very short so you can make the interaction volume small. [S8: mhm ] but, you dont have any problem running down, the counts right now. if you have a higher efficiency detector you, would you run into a problem? or S8: yes, i think i have a lot of atoms in the focal volume right now. S1: what if you filled the whole mirror, which you cant do right... Sociolinguistic Analysis of Language and Culture Sociolinguistic Analysis of Language and Culture General Overview Senior Thesis Study Group At one point, it can be inferred that S1, S2, and S3 are females. This is when S1 said she will have to go to the bathroom. Mostly, males do n...
David Cronenberg's A History Of Violence
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...focal length, so 27mm is very much a wide angle lens. To create 'normal' framings, the camera has to be placed closer and care is needed to avoid distortion. The effect is unnerving although a scene looks... Cronenberg's A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE If there are faces of death, so do violence. Violence affects people in diverse manner, one of which is thebig turn out in the lives of Tom and the people linked to him. Power, time, vengeance, lust and pride shapes up violence, through this film, surely you will appreciate it all. Some people are attracted in a way a person shows violence, maybe because he views the person as a strong character. If for instance a person is indulged into its power, we might expect t...
Photography
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...focal length, which indicates angle of view for the sensor size and camera lens in combination, of 28.8-88 mm (Guncheon 41). This kit lens is medium zoom and has commendable image... Photography Part The Canon EOS 550D camera was released in early by Canon as a digital 18.0-megapixel single reflex camera. Known as the EOS Rebel T2i and the EOS Kiss X4 in the Americas and Japan respectively, it was the successor of the EOS 500D. A digital camera’s image sensor format is the determinant of the view of specific lenses when used in combination with a particular camera (Guncheon 12). The camera has a reflex mirror covering the CMOS sensor that has gapless micro-lenses. The sensor is able to significantly...
Resume
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...focal length calculations, process changes and ISO documentation in order to achieve project goals... CLARKE RICKY RES: (000)-000-0000 RES: (000)-000-0000 CELL: (000)-000-0000 E-MAIL: visible@yahoo.com OBJECTIVE To obtain a challenging engineering position. WORK EXPERIENCE 2006 to date xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx (Name of Organization) (City) Sr. Advanced Manufacturing Engineer My job responsibilities are: Support new product team design activities including: Concept development and Product Performance Specification (PPS) input Work on new product team design activities including concept, development and Design Input/Performance Requirements documentation Pro...
Compare and Contrast between Vertigo and Forrest Gump
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...focal length lens is varied resulting in the scene being close or far. However, this makes the films appear unnatural. The movie vertigo effectively combines these two techniques to Alfred Hitchcock made effectual utilization of an amalgamation of a zoom and a "dolly" in the movie Vertigo to display Scottie’s acrophobia. For instance, when Scottie ascents to the tall bell turret and gazes... Compare and Contrast between Vertigo and Forrest Gump movies Vertigo is a passionate emotional movie about Scottie, a desperate, insecure police detective with acrophobia. Scottie Ferguson is forced to go an early retirement from the police force after his intense fear of heights results in the demise of a colleague ...
Not sure
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...focal length, as that of the eye. The range of lens available in the camera can provide an assortment of focal lengths, from fisheyes to telephotos. In consumer-grade models, the focal length is fixed at 31mm. In a SLR, the photographer focuses the image through... Sensor Cooling in Consumer Grade DSLR to Reduce Noise ...This was a triggering event for me, and I decided to research more. My research gave me a lot of literature about the mechanics of the SLR camera, and its preferred advantages over other forms of camera. I also gained a lot of resource material on the different brands of...
Assess whether orthophotos are a suitable substitute for a traditional line map
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...focal length of the camera f.2. In a central... ?Running head: ASSESSING WHETHER ORTHOPHOTOS ARE A SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR A TRADITIONAL LINE MAP Assessing Whether Orthophotos are a Suitable Substitute for a Traditional Line Map Insert Name Insert Course Title Insert Instructor’s Name 09 August 2011 Assess whether orthophotos are a suitable substitute for a traditional line map Introduction When a camera is used to take a photograph of the earth, the photo is recorded as a perspective projection. If the photo is taken with the camera precisely facing the center of the earth, then the projection is in vertical perspective and when taken from other positions the projection, it is a tilted perspective...
Assess whether orthophotos are a suitable substitute for a traditional line map
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...focal length of the camera f.2. In a central... Running head: ASSESSING WHETHER ORTHOPHOTOS ARE A SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE FOR A TRADITIONAL LINE MAP Assessing Whether Orthophotos are a Suitable Substitute for a Traditional Line Map Insert Name Insert Course Title Insert Instructor’s Name 09 August 2011 Assess whether orthophotos are a suitable substitute for a traditional line map Introduction When a camera is used to take a photograph of the earth, the photo is recorded as a perspective projection. If the photo is taken with the camera precisely facing the center of the earth, then the projection is in vertical perspective and when taken from other positions the projection, it is a tilted perspective proje...
Interim-report
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...focal length of the camera, small thermal or mechanical changes are the ones that affect the task of the camera. One of the problems that come in the 3D camera filming is the use of camera with the converged lens rather than the use of that with parallel axis. This will lead to parallax resulting to eye strain. Schedule Period Task 29-Sep-14 / 17-Oct-14 Submit the Terms of Reference (ToR) from the project. 20-Oct-14 / 14-Nov-14 Build the stereo camera system using a two standing cameras and connect... BUILDING A STEREO CAMERA al Affiliation) Introduction Photography s back in history to the 19th century when Eadweard Muybridge first used his twelve cameras to capture images of a horse. He them...
Being Digital - Social Networking Platform
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...focal length and a LCD to preview images. This camera is fit for the job and cost $ 800. c) A wireless router will be necessary to connect all the computers and server into one network. This router will create an environment where development will take place and where file can be uploaded to the online servers with ease. A cisco Aironet 1142 wireless access point that cost $ 450 is the best contender. d) Adobe CS5 premium needs to be purchased. This software should have multiple licenses allows many installations. This suite will have Adobe Photoshop... ? BEING DIGITAL SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORM Here of Being Digital Social Networking Platform The recent development of new social media—Google plus...
Being Digital - Social Networking Platform
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...focal length and a LCD to preview images. This camera is fit for the job and cost $ 800. c) A wireless router will be necessary to connect all the computers and server into one network. This router will create an environment where development will take place and where file can be uploaded to the online servers with ease. A cisco Aironet 1142 wireless access point that cost $ 450 is the best contender. d) Adobe CS5 premium needs to be purchased. This software should have multiple licenses allows many installations. This suite will have Adobe Photoshop... BEING DIGITAL SOCIAL NETWORKING PLATFORM Here of Being Digital Social Networking Platform The recent development of new social media—Google plus reflects ...
Unit Length Mix
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...Length Mix Not so long ago when industries and its advertisers had produced :30s advertisements. The longer the ads run over television networks, the more effective the ads become. The same situation holds true with the pod length. In addition, studies were also conducted to find out which pod position is more effective. It was in March 1985 when :15 ads started to replace :30 ads after the results of the study conducted by the McCollum Speilman was released at an ARF conference. According to the study, :15s have 79% and 75% awareness levels and idea recall as compared to :30s respectively. Furthermore, more and more studies were conducted to find out the effectiveness of the :15s... -...
Impact of Cinematography on the movie
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...focal length, lighting, camera movement, special effects etc. (Wikipedia), while shooting the motion pictures. Although such factors are considered in still photography, this craft was very creatively or innovatively used by the cinematographers for motion pictures. The film "Evil Dead" which was produced in 1981, was a chart buster and became a milestone in the world of horror films. Sam Raimi who... The film "Evil Dead", was a groundbreaking horror film, with which began a genre of horror films, that continued to horrify and possess the audienceswith nail-biting scary scenes. This film was a directorial debut of Sam Raimi who was determined to make something different, that would be liked by the...
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...focal length that affects a scene’s perspective by distorting straight lines near the edge of the frame while exaggerating the distance between foreground... Visual Art and Film Studies Visual Art and Film Studies This paper analyzes the films Troy and Hunger Games. The analysis does not capture the entire film, but concentrates on Troy’s scene from 1:00 to 42:00 and Hunger Game’s scene from 102:00 to 117:49. These are typical scenes from which a lot of observations could be made about these great films. The initial motion pictures seemingly appear as if they were filmed as if they were film plays. Between one and two cameras were used in the static frontal photography. The coming of sounds and inventive ...
Scientific paper about reconstructing 3D models of buildings
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...focal lengths for each photo in a collection and sparse three dimension scene geometry. The system also requires a geo-referenced coordinate frame. For the most part, this information can be obtained through electronic components and Global Positioning System gadgets over the internet. Image files in EXIF tags often have this data though the vast majority of these sources are mostly inaccurate... transform technique can return an upper-triangular matrix K. This matrix can be used in estimating the camera’s intrinsic parameters. We will use matrix K with the focal length estimated from the EXIF tags of the photo. This will help us initialize the...
Sensation and Perception Homework
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...focal length by flattening the lens or making it more nearly spherical. The iris is located behind the cornea and has a circular opening in its center. The main body of the eye is behind the lens and is filled with a transparent, jellylike substance enclosed in a thin sac which is called the hyaloid membrane. The retina is composed of nerve cells. These cells are shaped like rods or cones. Behind the pupil is a small yellow-pigmented spot called the macula lutea and is the area of greatest visual acuity of the eye. 2.1 It is a natural capability of human beings that with the passage of time, people having some... Sensation and Perception Homework 1 The design of a visual system Before explaining the...
Readability and Word Length
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...length... Introduction In today's computer-age where anything and everything relies on the Internet and its related media, we can easily say that the reader-ship of different newspapers/magazines has come down to a significant extent. Hence, it has been a challenge for different newspapers/magazines around the world to sustain in the competition and in order to do that, come out with innovative ways of improving readability of their periodicals from time to time. It isn't surprising to find these periodicals compete amongst each other, not just with respect to their content, but also other aspects, especially the design and typography. I find it apt at this juncture to bring out the key differences...
Wildlife Photography for the Amateur
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...focal length and may be useful for beginners but a 400mm f5.6 lens is much more useful. Some prefer 500mm or 600mm and also combine... Wildlife Photography for the Amateur Introduction to Wildlife Photography Photography, especially nature photography is addictive. It could be anexciting pursuit for amateurs and non-professionals as the experience and the product output are both rewarding and at the same time, challenging. There are certain ingredients in nature photography (which include outdoors and wildlife photography) that make it appealing to both amateurs and professionals: commune with nature, adventure, a continuous learning process, endless possibilities, work of art, possible income, extra ph...
Zemax EE Software and Programming.
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...focal length, exposed effective areas, and light collection and concentration for all... ? Chapter 4 Details on Zemax EE Software and Programming 4 Introduction This dissertation aims to use Zemax software to understand the light pathsthrough ray tracing for various light shapes and samples with different geometries made from glass, polymeric materials, and Al metal. Optical design parameters are modeled based on the data obtained to achieve optimum collection of solar radiation. Aside from investigating properties such as reflection coefficient, absorption coefficient, temperature variation, and thermal conductivity, additional theoretical estimations are made. An example is the determination of focal...
Solar Energy Systems
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...focal length. This means that there must be enough distance--an air gap--between the solar cell and the optic to properly focus the light. As a result, concentrator-based systems are usually packaged within bulky enclosures, with enough depth to accommodate the focal length and protect all components during shipping. This means higher material and assembly costs and more expensive shipping (Tyler). Suitably designed electronic circuits can help the solar energy exploitation process very much. It can be used for the purpose of regulating the charging and discharging processes of photovoltaic cell. It should be noted that in the absence of suitable... Solar Energy Systems Even though human kind is facing...
Physics
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...focal length 15 cm. a) Copy this diagram into your answer book and carefully draw a ray diagram... Physics (PART A) Question A particle moves with uniform speed v = 2.0 m s along a circular path of radius 5.0 m. Figure shows two points A and B on the circle. The angle subtended by the arc AB at the centre O is π/3 radians. Also shown are the velocity vectors of the particle, vA and vB, when it passes through A and B, respectively. (a) Determine the length of arc from A to B and the time Δt taken for the particle to travel along this arc. (2 marks) length of arc (S) = r · θ = 5.0 * (π / 3) = 5π/3 m. ≈ 5.24 m. (b) Make a similar sketch and draw in the vector representing the change of velocity ...
Artefacts
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...focal length or for some operators, to position the patient in such a way as to ensure that the gallbladder is found within the transducer’s focal zone. Gallbladder with gallstones causing acoustic shadowing Acoustic Enhancement This artefact usually manifests as a specific area which has an increased echo impact against an area of low attenuation... Literature Review To demonstrate a number of artefacts encountered in the practice in ultrasound, which should enhance understanding of the physicalprinciples of diagnostic ultrasound. Introduction Artefacts are considered to be anomalies or errors in images and are usually caused by physical processes which impact on the ultrasound beam and often affe...
To demonstrate a number of artefacts encountered in the practice in ultrasound, which should enhance understanding of the physical principles of diagnostic ultrasound
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...focal length or for some operators, to position the patient in such a way as to ensure that the gallbladder is found within the transducer’s focal zone. Gallbladder with gallstones causing acoustic shadowing Acoustic Enhancement This artefact usually manifests as a specific area which has an increased echo impact against an area of low attenuation (Prosono, 2009). This artefact would manifest as a space with increased brightness... ?Literature Review To demonstrate a number of artefacts encountered in the practice in ultrasound, which should enhance understanding of the physicalprinciples of diagnostic ultrasound. Introduction Artefacts are considered to be anomalies or errors in images and are usually...
History of Documentary Filmmaking
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...focal length are used to achieve the desired perspective or photographic effect, and changing the lens aperture (opening) controls the amount of light that reaches the film. Shutter speed, which determines how long the film is exposed to light, and aperture together affect the relative lightness or darkness of the image. Themostimportantelements of a motion-picture camera are the lens, the shutter, and the two reels that supply the film and take it up again. When a motion-picture camera is in operation, the shutter opens and exposes the film, which receives an image formed by the lens... History of Documentary Filmmaking Jedidah O. Valdez Documentary is an extensive category of visual expression...
Length, mass, volume, and density
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...Length, Mass, Volume, and Density Lab report is characterized by a procedural undertaking of an experiment that examining a phenomenon. The experiment yields results that are then evaluated for the desired characteristics. The experimenting procedure is undertaken using a number of steps, all of which make up an objective, method, result and application. Objective – This defines the desired or expected outcome. The experimental procedure is carried to determine the underlying behavior or principle in a given scenario. In other words, all the other parts of the report are developed based on the objectives. What is to be achieved determines what method to employ in carrying...
Comparison of "Thirty Seconds over Tokyo" and "Pearl Harbor"
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...focal length and zoom lenses to capture close-up images of the characters in dramatic sequences (Goodykoontz and Jacobs, 99-101). “Pearl Harbor” is captured with the use of much more sophisticated technology than what was used in “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo”. However, the camera angles used in “Pearl Harbor” are similar... Comparison of Thirty Seconds over Tokyo and Pearl Harbor The films “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo” (1944) and Pearl Harbor (2001) are two films about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent American bombing of Japan based on the book by Captain Ted Lawson, but they are vastly different in numerous areas. While the themes and characters are similar in both movies, the...
A comparison and contrast of the movies Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo and Pearl Harbor
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...focal length and zoom lenses to capture close-up images of the characters in dramatic sequences (Goodykoontz and Jacobs, 99-101). “Pearl Harbor” is captured with the use of much more sophisticated technology than what was used in “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo”. However, the camera angles used in “Pearl Harbor” are similar to those used in “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo” with typical... ?Comparison of Thirty Seconds over Tokyo and Pearl Harbor The films “Thirty Seconds over Tokyo” (1944) and Pearl Harbor (2001) are two films about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent American bombing of Japan based on the book by Captain Ted Lawson, but they are vastly different in numerous areas. While the...
Cinematography in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo
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...focal length and letting the background “stretch into the distance” (Edgar-Hunt, Martland, and Rawle 134-135) The effect of the described technique in the overall context of the film was its emphasis on the viewers’ shock. But it is not just shock for the sake of the shock itself that Hitchcock wanted to achieve. Obviously, Allen is right saying that “in the vertigo shot, the beautiful illusion of the film is destroyed, for the contemplative experience of beauty is transformed into the sensation of shock and overt... The Number 14 March Cinematography in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo (1958) While Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigohas been recognized one of the most intensely debated films in the American movie...
Mars Reconnaissance orbiter
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...focal length catadioptric telescope. The images of Mars captured by CTX significantly assisted in plotting the extent and continuity of specific layers (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Instruments”; National Aeronautics and Space Administration, “Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter”). 4.3 MARCI (Camera). The Mars Color Imager (MARCI) is a wide angle seven color framing camera and is one of the major payload instruments on MRO mission which was supplied Malin Space Science Systems. It is designed... Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter PROPOSAL Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, which is simply acknowledged as MRO, is typically viewed as a versatile spacecraftthat has been mainly designed with the aim of...
Have technological developments undermined the truthful nature of photography or have they provided new creative possibilities?
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...focal length of the lens is defined as “the distance from the lens to the point of focus when the lens is focused on infinity” (Wills, 2006). A normal lens will provide a normal-looking picture in that all the objects seen within it will be presented approximately as it was seen with the eye, however, even this can be deceiving depending upon the way in which the photographer chooses to ‘look... The Nature of Photography Since its invention, photography has been hailed by the masses as one of thebest means of bringing the rest of the world to the public, affording them views of far-away places and peoples they would never have known about otherwise. The public appearance of the photographic process in...
Film Analysis of Jean-Pierre Jeunet
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...focal length and the height of the camera were carefully studied to get the best view of the shots of Tautou. The director uses a mix of cold colors in depicting the wartime trenches and the warm color to elaborate the peace time. The main tinge of color used in the film was that of the color brown while a patch of greenish brown was used in the war field. The color used is monochromatic and spots of other colors are used. In the scenes of the trench, the face portraying the soldiers is aimed to have a different image than the rest of the faces used in the movie. The aim was to provide a markup distinguish in the faces (Cinematic impressionism).The use of...
Labs 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
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...focal length (so < f ) to verify your answer. The image formed is real. EXPERIMENT 3: EXPLORING LENSES PROCEDURE 1 Convex lens: The image becomes blurry when moved away. Concave lens: The image is seen but becomes blurry when brought close. 1. Describe the general orientation and magnification of the images formed through the convex lens before the image became blurry (this occurs when the image distance is larger than the distance from the lens to your eye). The image was virtual and with changing distance the image... Lab work s name: LAB 2. Experiment 1 Table 1: Applied force required to slide cup Cup Material Force Applied F1 m1 = 300 g water Force Applied F2 m2 = 150 g water F1 / FN1 F2 / F...
Movie Critique on Gothika
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...focal length is relatively ordinary excluding the instances where the woman is in flames and the scary shower scene where all the faces are extremely close up and the body shapes are incredibly bizarre and distorted. The camera is subjective in terms of what Halle Berry experiences. Halle is in the midst of trying to clear her name and that is the most important element of the film. There are very limited special effects. The shower scene and the scenes with blood and flames are the scenes involving the largest variety of special effects. The editing of the film could not have been created in a different... ? I am going to be doing a film critique on the movie, Gothika. I chose this movie because it is...
Digital Futures
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...focal length and memory to store information collected through vision for other uses (Foucault 2002, p.19). The C-Leg The C-leg is a special military... ?Running head: Digital Futures Digital Futures Introduction The 21st century is challenging with the advancement of digital technology. Every institution wants to fit in with the changing world. Each day, there are new inventions in almost all fields from medicine, through media to even the military. Researchers have taken a new dimension on the way they conduct their studies to produce the best. Cyborg technology is one of the fields that have received greater attention over the last few years. Scientists have tried to integrate the human system with...
Effect of trampling on length of Cranesbill leaves
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...Length of Cranesbill Leaves Table of Contents Interpretation 3 Evaluation 6 References 8 Interpretation We get the mean and standard deviation again for the main results, and come up with the table below. The standard deviation of the lengths of the leaves may be significant in determining the validity of the sample data, as well as provide insights into the nature of the samples and the sampling area (Statistics Canada 2011; Wolfram Research 2012) . From the mathematics we note that the standard deviation can tell us something of the spread of data for a particular area in the field. Above we get the mean and the standard deviation for the measured leaf lengths along... ? Effect of Trampling on the...
Discuss the implications of the increasing length of annual reports.
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...length of annual reports Introduction There are recent concerns over the prevailing psychological limitations of information processing alongside expansion of data on accounting communication (Morunga and Bradbury, 2012). There is enormous impact of processing costs on disclosure by use of differential reporting regime. From the perspective of Beattie and Dhanani (2008), financial reporting standards have led to creation of costs and benefits applicable in reporting and for financial reports users. According to Dunstan (2002) studies consider the consequences of adopting International Financial Reporting Standards based on the cost of preparing financial... Discuss the implications of the increasing...
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