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1. The picture is digitised by a scanner.
2. This allows real-life 3-D objects to be digitised in both black and white and colour.
3. Data is easily digitised and automated, the method is not imaging and not cheap.
4. There are new integrated editors for digitised sound play and editing - sound can be imported from Windows or AdLib files.
5. But most major countries have now digitised at least parts of their telephone networks, and international services are increasingly compatible.
6. On-line handwriting recognition requires some kind of digitising data tablet to capture the script as it is written.
7. Geological maps have been digitised together with the lithology and stratigraphy derived from over 1250 boreholes and geophysical logs from over 70 boreholes.
8. Finally the digitised, manipulated television picture appears on the screen of the computer.
9. The analogue signal was stored in digitised form on a computer hard drive.
10. The Interpreter features excellent quality, digitised speech and over 13,000 phrases.
10. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
11. However the main disadvantage seems to be that current digitising tablets are not quite so comfortable and natural to use.
12. Fonts are not stored as digitised images but as mathematical representations of the shape of each character.
13. Google's plan to digitise copyrighted texts has run into serious legal problems in the US.
14. Google is on a grandiose journey to digitise just about every word, painting, note, street, mountain, stream, ocean, book, newspaper, animal, insect, photograph and email that ever existed.
15. Soon shoppers will be able to digitise the look and feel of clothes and share the details online, along with their emotional reactions.
16. The battle over Google's effort to digitise the world's books and create a vast online library has intensified.
17. Hardware used to capture video images, process them, and send the digitised images to storage devices.
18. There is a strong argument for saying certain experiences simply can't be digitised.
19. This computerisation involves both Survey staff and outside consultants appointed to establish the large digitised archive.
20. Let's face it kids, you ain't likely to get very excited by a badly digitised, flickery screenshot.
21. VidiPC form Rombo Productions is a video frame grabbing package which transforms a video image into a digitised format.
22. The resultant data is then merged by the software to produce the digitised colour images displayed on your screen.
23. But it surely cannot be long before Japanese camera-makers add features to their pocket-sized products that let them digitise 3D objects photographically.
24. Thousands of authors have been battling plans by Google to digitise the contents of millions of books.
25. Online bookseller Amazon has plans to unveil a wireless electronic book reader, a kind of literary iPod, which already has UK publishers scrambling to digitise their entire range of titles.
26. For all the discussion and debate about Google's controversial (and potentially anti-competitive) plan to digitise millions of books, little has been known about how the company is actually doing it.
27. Others simply do not have the data — or have it but cannot afford to digitise it.
28. Microsoft and the British Library announced a partnership to digitise 25 million pages from 100, 000 out-of-copyright books in the British Library's collection in 2006.
29. Under the agreement's terms, Google will be free to digitise most books published in America, including those that are out of print.
30. Hong Kong, for example, is the first city to fully digitise its fixed line telecommunications networks.
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