Short for generator locking device , a genlock is a device that enables a composite video machine, such as a TV, to accept two signals simultaneously. A genlock locks one set of signals while it processes the second set. This enables you to combine graphics from a computer with video signals from a second source such as a video camera.
Games like most other forms of media are categorized into genres based on gameplay, atmosphere and various other factors. Common game genres include FPS (first-person shooter), RTS (real-time strategy), MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), arcade, and adventure.
Geolocation is a term used to describe the capability to detect and record where you and other people are located, and to use the information to enhance the desktop using an Internet-connected computer or device. Geolocation information can be obtained in a number of ways including data bout a user’s IP address, MAC address, RFID, […]
- geosynchronous satellite
Also called geostationary, or simply GEO, it refers to the movement of communications satellites where the satellite circles the globe over the equator, in a movement that is synchronized with the earth’s rotation. Because of this synchronization, the satellite appears to be stationary, and they also offer continuous operation in the area of visibility. These […]
The process of assigning geographic location metadata to a photos’ EXIF data, which normally would only contain details about the camera being used to take the photo. The geographic information can include details such as the latitude and longitude coordinates or city and state details for the geographic location of the photo. The EXIF data […]
- gesture recognition
Interface with computers using gestures of the human body, typically hand movements. In gesture recognition technology, a camera reads the movements of the human body and communicates the data to a computer that uses the gestures as input to control devices or applications. For example, a person clapping his hands together in front of a […]