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Not only can an arm lift your display off a surface, freeing the desktop up for other uses and reducing wire clutter, but it also brings the screen to a comfortable height and allows you the flexibility to pivot and view it from a number of angles.
Once again, human eyes can only guess what the actual angle had been.
In our brains, neurons in specialized regions of the visual cortex register certain general elements in what the eyes see, such as the edges of objects, lines tilted at particular angles, and color.
To bring the image into the lens, the phone has a prism to reflect light into the lens at an angle, like a submarine’s periscope.
The researchers presented people with images of coins titled at various angles.
When you pitch writers, make sure to include the emotional data points and angles prominently.
The Möbius strip can be rotated by any angle between 0 and 360 degrees, and he proved that one-third of those rotations yield an intersection between the original and the rotated copy.
Those signals, called specular reflections, occur when electromagnetic waves bounce off of a flat surface at the same angle they went in, like light off a mirror.
At the park, the students find their assigned flag posts, armed with their rocket, notebook, pencil and angle finder.
We’ve really been hit from a lot of different angles over the years.

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