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    future that is debatable would be the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system has been in existing for hundreds of years and was built to lower crime and protects the people. A few reasons this issue is debatable in today’s society is because of the recent attack of civilians by police officers and the fact that some of the officers are getting off with little to no charges. People are supposed to trust the criminal justice system not fear it, so with the increasing number of incidents

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    2.5 Capturing panorama by spatial camera equipment 2.5.1 Catadioptric Panoramas A catadioptric camera system enables us to record a full “half sphere image’’ in one shot. The word catadioptric means pertaining to or involving both the reflection and the refraction of light. A catadioptric camera system is engineered as a combination of a quadric mirror and a conventional sensor-matrix camera; see Figure ‎2 2. Catadioptric camera systems provide real-time and highly portable imaging capabilities

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    Traffic Monitoring Camera Systems

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    increase of traffic monitoring camera systems, the debate on their safety, effectiveness and Constitutionality has increased. The purpose of this research is to present arguments from each side of the issue and then compare statistics on the subject in order to make a determination of whether these systems are more beneficial or detrimental to public safety, and whether public interest or financial gain is the core component in the implementation of the camera systems. Over the past decade, American

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    different camera systems that were created threw out the years. Technicolor was the collaboration of Herbert Kalmus, Daniel Comstock and W. Burton Westcott in 1912 with the intention of creating flicker free color films, Technicolor as we know today has produced much success and revolutionized the way we look at cinema but this was not without there many teething problems. Actors and critics criticized the technology every step of the way. There first invention produced was the Technicolor System 1 Additive

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    Documentary Production Cameras There are three basic types of camera: * Film camera (35mm, 16mm, 8mm); * Analogue video camera (Betacam Sp, U-Matic) - these became widely available in the 1970s; * Digital video camera CDv, Mini Dv, Digi-Beta)- these became widely available in 1995 and are now nearly all broadcast quality. The advantages of the video camera: Cost: * The film camera retails from approximately £10,000; the analogue video camera from £8,000 and broadcast quality

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    Digital Cinematography

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    photographic cameras. Technology always seems to take over and the film industry seems poised to be the next target. With digital picture acquisition getting better everyday, movies are beginning to be shot completely digital. There are a number of plusses and minuses of shooting digitally but digital cinematography will soon replace film in most productions. The emergence of digital or "electronic" cinematography, began in the late 1980's. Sony came up with an idea for a HDTV camera but there was

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    that photography only became widely available to the public when the Kodak Eastman Company introduced the box shaped Brownie Camera in 1900. (Baker, n.p.) Its features became more refined since its original placing on the market; one of the reasons why it has become considered the birth of public photography is because of the processing. Using a similar image capture system, the brownie exposed the light to a 120mm roll of film, which could be wound round, meaning six photographs could be taken before

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    accident with pedestrian. Concept Using a scan and process independent computer, this system is designed increase pedestrian safety, by indicating to the driver the presence of a pedestrian by an outlined transparent image projected unto the screen. It detects pedestrian, position, distance from car, light conditions and stopping distance -taking speed and weather condition from the already present car systems. With this, it prevents the information unto the driver with brightness indicating

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    be better without the Industrial Revolution. All the inventions that were invented back then are used all the time. The three inventions which are the camera, the light bulb and the locomotive have greatly changed society. Without the light bulb, you couldn’t see at night, you wouldn’t be able to take pictures of anything for memories if the camera wasn’t invented and without the train there would be one less easier way to travel. Without the light bulb, you couldn’t see at night. Thomas Edison invented

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    proof” has a new meaning because of surveillance cameras. Most of us will agree that surveillance cameras are a good idea. These cameras provide a deterrent against crime, and provides public buildings and other areas a since of security. Law enforcement use surveillance cameras to track and catch criminals, as proof in courts, and as protection for themselves and the public. Surveillance cameras can also be used for educational purposes. X-ray cameras have the ability of detecting weapons in baggages

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