I've some professional experience with camera systems and I can echo/add the following - 1) use multiple types of sensors. Zigbee based devices, or for a larger office building type scenario something like ubiquiti's mFi. Most cameras have I/O and many have an SDK you can mash up something that fits your exact needs but watch out for 2) all these camera companies have complicated learning curves for their hardware, few on-line support communities compared to other hardware categories I work with, little documentation, few reviews, and pretty insane price levels for their digital offerings which brings me to 3) analog cameras have enormous value, if you do some careful shopping you can find good resolution and features for 1/4th the price of digital - I like CnB's products but there are others equally good. If you go analog you won't get on-camera analytics and will need some additional hardware on the DVR side.
for digital cameras look at Vivotek for value, and Axis for very professional 'just works' functionality. Axis' software and firmware feels properly engineered and well designed, something I can't say for any other brand I've worked with. They're 30%+ more expensive than Vivotek and similar
on the dvr side, you have to match the software to your needs, there are no 'great' packages out there. I've had good experiences with 3VR, who also have a decent SDK, but they're Axis-level in price. Identify a few of your specific needs and keep a tight focus on just those and you'll find a decent solution. Think hybrid with other types of sensors and keep a level, practical head and expect a lot of effort and you will do well, otherwise find a security systems integrator
exactly, this differs from what you can do with a new moto (or other snapdragon) phone... how? I mean, maybe I miss something
high levels of arsenic : my boy is still being evaluated, he came down with something
There is one other kid who was in chile over christmas with the same symptoms, treated in a different medical center, nothing yet.
We don't know yet, it's only correlation.
Have a nice life
wait, so i find a hundred dollar bill on the floor of a bar. I look around, ask people near by, did you drop this? I wait, see if anyone is checking for the bill. I'm supposed to give it to the bartender, or go to the nearest police station to turn it in?
seriously, people. I'm kinda shocked so many people are crying 'thief!'
The llama is correct and that is pretty much how it went down. The issue is 'reasonable attempt' and so long as they define reasonable reasonably then that attempt was made this & will all be fine for everyone involved.
Apple is just throwing a hissy fit and do you have any doubt they leaned on the DA to get this thing rolling?
lol email address is already bouncing. Seems I wasn't the first. trying info@...
my email to Eolas:
I run a consulting company currently working on projects to enhance customer-interactivity with staff and entertainers at gentleman's clubs websites. I'm considering several avenues, some of which utilizes AJAX technologies in conjunction with plug-ins for rich media (notably flash but other plug-ins are under consideration). I'm extremely interested in licensing the intellectual property you own for this endeavor in advance of any serious development.
Additionally it would be helpful if I could have a clear picture of which technologies you currently own intellectual rights to so I can map appropriate alternative strategies for deployment in case we fail to come to terms on a licensing agreement for our websites to run fully-interactive embedded applications through the use of plug-ins and AJAX.
The project's initial scope is 11 club websites with a larger rollout possible in the future. I don't know if you require visitor information or just the number of website implementations, please let me know and I can provide additional information.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Please email email@example.com to inquire about potential licensing arrangements for your organization. They'll appreciate all the new business inquiries.
it doesn't suck (going again this year) BUT you're right, there is symbiosis on Sept... 17th? from at least a music pov it should be *at least* as good, possibly better
I'm not sure this was a troll as modded - in case it wasn't, I'd like to say:
I don't know how it would look today, but what I remember from the mid 90s is it was a freaking jet fighter compared to the sopwith camels of the day.
The only problem is it's really, really hard to get a new OS going. Even when you have a jet fighter and everyone else has biplanes, it's almost impossible (RIP Be, and Amiga) So, maybe what we need is a better iteration of what we have? Unless virtualization allows new in-roads for OSs that didn't exist before...
It makes me smile in a sad way that sound exchange is nonprofit.
50% goes to the artists and 50% to the copyright holder (usually the record company), I read somewhere.
Sound exchange is run by an 18 member board, 1/2 represent artists and 1/2 industry.