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Hello my name is XXXX i am a student at the University of Denver i am seeking a part time moun tain from someone who does mountaineering.
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from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
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for a in soup.select(‘span[class=jobs]’):
if re.search(r’^(\d+)/\d+$’, a[‘title’]):
elif re.search(r’^(\d+)$’, a[‘title’]):
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3D and Depth Cameras
We bought the Panasonic 3D Viera and the Panasonic 3D Viera KDL-5500 Series, which were the only 3D TV sets sold in our market. This Panasonic set uses a technology called Active 3D, that was patented by Panasonic in the USA. This means you can view the images and sounds in 3D by tilting your head and moving the two image sources closer or farther from each other. According to the TV features, it can tilt the 3D images by 60 degrees, and it can move the images in both x- and y-axes. The viera model is not a full HD set; only 1080i and 720p recording are supported. It has a 40″ screen and a 5th generation scan voltage of 6.5~7 which is not compatible with all DVD players and not compatible with HD DVD player.
NARRATION: Originally, the 3D
TV concept was developed by General Cinema, a Spanish
company that wanted to reenter the USA market as the
number one foreign source of home entertainment devices.
They have a 3D technology that uses polarized glasses to
view the images, which should work on all 3D movies.
Thus, the only question to ask is whether this 3D TV set is
compatible with the device you have..
Video and Audio Synchronization
Despite the fact that these TVs look similar, the sound signal from the video source is color-coded so you can see if it is NTSC or PAL, or if it is DVD, DivX, or XviD. You will notice that the video will repeat (e.g., the alphanumeric characters run from front to back in the screen). In this way, you can synchronize the video and audio to match the corresponding audio and video on the DVD. There are two options to synchronize the audio and video channels on the TV. One way is to use the TV to automatically search for the DVD. For instance, you may get a DVD with either English or Spanish audio. If you click on the menu button, then “English audio” will be selected. Then, you have to set your language by either