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In the early 2000s came BrainGate, an experimental device that uses an array of electrodes to essentially translate the desire to move limbs from the brain to a device, which is still being researched.
The four-minute video features an array of studio leadership talking in very high-level terms about the game's development.
Honorees traversed an array of subject matter and areas of expertise, from travel to LGBT rights.
Given the vast array of elements that can be altered during multivariate testing, it’s important to turn to a tool that can make the whole process of tweaking landing pages and content as simple as possible.
Athletes use a treadmill or stationary bike in combination with an array of sensors plus their laptop or smartphone.
Don’t pack tons of information across an array of topics onto a single page.
Smartphones broadcast an array of information that can be intercepted and recorded.
There is an array of monitoring tools for different needs and budgets, such as Awario, Brandwatch, Reputology, and others.
Each homeowner has the option to include a 5-kilowatt rooftop solar photovoltaic array to operate the heat pump and energy-efficient appliances, including heat pump water heaters and inductive stovetops.
Scientists have now recorded that sound with an array of microphones.

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