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    Many people have heard of the term ‘motion capture’. Fewer have heard of the term ‘performance capture’ and fewer yet know the differences between them. Motion capture, in one form or another, has been around for many years, dating back to the invention of the Rotoscope by Max Fleischer in 1915, and has struggled for acceptance every step of the way. Performance capture often gets referred to as motion capture (mocap) or performance animation. The variety of terms used to describe the process is

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    Motion Capture Cameras

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    Motion Capture cameras are retro-reflective cameras used to help capture body motions in order to study the movements in space, also known as kinematics. Motion capture cameras can capture at 1 million millisecond intervals, making frames as high as 1,000 per second. There are two types of motion capturing cameras, 2-D and 3-D. Two-dimensional motion capture occurs when only using one motion capture camera. 2-D only incorporates the X an Y coordinates. When using more than one camera the Z coordinate

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    MY INTRODUCTION TO SLAVERY We don’t have the same limitations as other people of different tribes do. I am a free woman, or shall I say I was a free woman. I am the wife of our tribes chief –Jankay Boto, that’s where I got my surname, Boto. Before my marriage I was a Touray. My father, or Paupa, was the chief of the tribe Adance. The two tribes, Adance and Denkyira, my husband’s tribe, are in the same village, Juffure. The two tribes have been friends for as long as anyone can remember, I mean they

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    rule of capture

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    Property rights in water have similar challenges. Like the wild animals, the pool ‎water that is adjacent to two property owners can be movable. Similarly, there is also ‎the groundwater that lies beneath the surface. “Groundwater is water located beneath the ‎ground surface in soil pore and fracture of rock formations” (The Economist). The water ‎under the private land belongs to the owner of the surface unless the land is owned ‎under split state. The surface owner has the right to extract and

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    The Capture of El Chapo

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    Introduction Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was a little-known name in America a month ago. His recent capture has re-ignited out fascination with the larger-than-life persona of a “drug lord”, both in the news as well as in pop-culture. I will explore how the son of a poor cattle rancher became the most powerful drug trafficker in the world and what lead to his eventual downfall. I will also discuss how the military played a role in this ground-breaking takedown of a notorious kingpin. History Cocaine

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    Time Captures Change

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    Jane Urquhart there is a link that brings out the difference of women throughout generations. It was written in 1993 through the inspiration and fascination of Jane Urquhart’s family history in Ireland. This literate art was very well written to capture the intention of readers to see the impact that this novel shows of ones past and the struggles. The novel acts as advancement to women’s basic rights from the author’s point of view by addressing the cultural elements, the education and the evolutional

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    was to prevent reinforcements from joining Santa Anna’s forces, which were already on the Island. The second point which was fictional ,but was based on an actual event, was the capture of General Santa Anna. In Michner’s novel, a bumbling Yancy Quimper, comes across a half naked Santa Anna, who was trying to evade capture by hiding in the trees. Quimper, being a coward, nearly shoots himself in the process. This alerts another fictional character, Otto MacNab. MacNab takes Santa Anna into custody

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    Henri Cartier-Bresson

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    attentive to the act of love made with each photograph, and this is where the genius is revealed. From a desired distance, we discover simultaneously the geographer, who analyses the permanence or vulnerability of cultures; the ethnographer, who captures gestures of work and rituals of religion; the anthropologist, who reflects the spectrum of emotions; and the sociologist, who reveals the development of destinies and histories.3 Cartier-Bresson's dependence and uncompromising view of photography;

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    The Best Things

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    who should be looking up. By having the portrait done, the dignity the family once had can be restored. “He saved you, and, with you, redeemed your clan’s tarnished dignity”(39). Muriel sees that Sargent can capture the truth in his paintings and believes that he will be able to capture the true beauty inside her. The way in which Muriel goes about getting the painting is also a factor because it is the only way to achieve her goal. Muriel saves and sacrifices for years in order to have the

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    America: Driven by Hatred? America stands on the brink of a war that we won't win.  We are in a position to decide exactly how many lives we'd like to expend in order to capture some phantom and subject him to our justice system for crimes against humanity.  Unlike Vietnam, this is not a war where we can't see our enemy.  Instead, this is war where we can't find our enemy.  Osama bin Laden is our enemy and we must eradicate him, along with his al Qaeda.  In order to do so, however, we must find

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