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Table of contents •Introduction •Season Overview •Program Overview •Saving and Backups •Polygons •Materials •Plugins •YouTube •Other Terms INTRODUCTION Animation is possibly the most difficult art form anyone can attempt. It takes years to get good at it and you are never done learning. It is also impossible to be “taught” animation. You can be shown how to make a model or do an effect but unless you practice and just go off on your own, you’ll never truly know how to do animation. Much like programming and other computer related tasks, animation is selftaught. The Autodesk products that we use in the FIRST Robotics animation challenges are given to teams for free and can be downloaded from www.autodesk.com/edcommunity. In this manual, you will be given tips and a basic overview of creating an animation during the season. SEASON OVERVIEW Anywhere from the day or two a week after the season kickoff in January, the animation challenge will be released. The task is to take the challenge and create an animation explaining a solution to the challenge. In the past the challenges have been: • Bio-mimicry (2009) - Take something from nature, such as a spider’s ability to make a web, a flytrap’s ability to catch its prey, or an archer fish’s ability to shoot water at its target, and use it to create technology beneficial to mankind. • Change Your World (2010) - Find a problem in your environment (can be your school, community, state, country, or the entire world) and create a solution to it. For example, acid rain in the atmosphere can be fixed with neutralizing agents released through tubes attached to tall buildings in major cities. • Change Their World (2011) – The Iikos have had their civilization destroyed due to major environmental disasters. Devise a solution that will help the Iikos to overcome these disasters and rebuild their planet. Some teams had ideas along the lines of reinventing the wheel, medicine, and clearing out space junk from the atmosphere. • Get Involved with the Iikos (2012) – It is one year later and the Iikos have completely rebuilt their civilization. They want to repay Earth by fixing our education system. Students must find a problem in the education system, can range from a single subject to the entire school, and develop a way in which the Iikos can help to fix it.
D-4D Injector Install procedure ® 2011 Diesel Toyz llc Sunday, September 18, 11 About this manual Disclaimer This manual is intended to serve as an overall guide to perform the procedure outlined within. Diesel Toyz llc accepts no liability for content or procedures described. All services should be performed by an experienced technician. You may not modify, copy, publish, transmit, display, distribute, or sell any information from this document without the expressed written consent of Diesel Toyz LLC. Always wear safety goggles! © 2010 Diesel toyz llc Sunday, September 18, 11 Tools required: 3/8 socket wrench 3/8 impact wrench 10mm socket 12mm socket 17mm line wrench 10mm wobble socket small screwdriver or O-ring pick Models covered: KUN26 Hilux © 2011 Diesel toyz llc Sunday, September 18, 11 This guide begins with the engine cover and intercooler assembly removed Note: be sure to remove electrical plugs (x2), and vacuum line from MAP sensor when removing intercooler assembly. Sunday, September 18, 11 Unplug all four injector electrical plugs and remove the loom bracket bolts (x2) 10mm Unplug connectors from the a/c clutch, MAF, etc. and fold the entire injector harness back and away from the work area ...
Bob Sisson started his Inspections by Bob in 2003 with a mission to help home buyers and home owners be aware of the condition of their homes, to inform them about the importance of proper maintenance, and to make sure the home was a safe environment for their families. In 2010, his wife Welmoed joined the company, and she received her Home Inspector license in 2011.
... From 2000 to 2010, the number of patent infringement lawsuits in the federal courts fluctuated slightly, and from 2010 to 2011, the number of such lawsuits increased by about a third. Some stakeholders GAO interviewed said that the increase in 2011 was most likely influenced by the anticipation of changes in the 2011 Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA), which made several significant changes to the U.S. patent system, including limiting the number of defendants in a lawsuit, causing some plaintiffs that would have previously filed a single lawsuit with multiple defendants to break the lawsuit into multiple lawsuits. In addition, GAO’s detailed analysis of a representative sample of 500 lawsuits from 2007 to 2011 shows that the number of overall defendants in patent infringement lawsuits increased by about 129 percent over this period. These data also show that companies that make products brought most of the lawsuits and that nonpracticing entities (NPE) brought about a fifth of all lawsuits. GAO’s analysis of these data also found that lawsuits involving software-related patents accounted for about 89 percent of the increase in defendants over this period. Section 34 of AIA mandated that GAO conduct a study on the consequences of patent litigation by NPEs. This report examines (1) the volume and characteristics of recent patent litigation activity; (2) views of stakeholders knowledgeable in patent litigation on key factors that have contributed to recent patent litigation; (3) what developments in the judicial system may affect patent litigation; and (4) what actions, if any, PTO has recently taken that may affect patent litigation in the future. GAO reviewed relevant laws, analyzed patent infringement litigation data from 2000 to 2011, and interviewed officials from PTO and knowledgeable stakeholders, including representatives of companies involved in patent litigation. What GAO Recommends GAO recommends that PTO consider examining trends in patent infringement litigation and consider linking this information to internal patent examination data to improve patent quality and examination. PTO commented on a draft of this report and agreed with key findings and this recommendation. View GAO-13-465. For more information, contact Frank Rusco at (202) 512-3841 or email@example.com.
The Report analyzes the frozen food market by products and geography .The report also analyzes the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities for the frozen food in the major geographies of U.S., Europe and Asia. The global frozen food market is expected to grow from $218.41 billion in 2010.to $261.50 billion in 2015 at an estimated CAGR of 3.7%.
The global chip less RFID market is expected to reach $1,087.00 million by the end 2011. This market is expected to reach $3,925 million by 2016 at an estimated CAGR of 29.3%. The largest share is held by the readers market and is expected to reach $417.00 million by the end of 2011. This market is expected to reach $1,205 million by 2016, at an estimated CAGR of 23.6%. Chip less tag market is expected to reach $375.00 million with the highest CAGR of 83.5%. In terms of geographies, North America contributes the maximum market share; i.e. 44% in the overall Global chip less RFID market in 2010. APAC and Europe hold almost same market share. However, APAC is expected to grow with the highest CAGR of 37% from 2011 to 2016
[Now in $2500 Only] The increasing demand for fresh and quality packaged food, consumer convenience and manufacturer concern for longer shelf life of the food products is driving the market for Global advanced packaging technology for food and beverage market. The global market for advanced packaging technology for food and beverage is expected to grow to $23.474 million in 2015, at an estimated CAGR of 8.2% from 2010 to 2015.
A Working Guide to the Landscape of Arts for Change A collection of writings depicting the wide range of ways the arts make community, civic, and social change. Arts-based Community Development: Mapping the Terrain "Transition From Homelessness" program by the Peter & Paul Community Services in collaboration with Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute alum, Con Christeson, in which participants launch their boat of dreams on the Mississippi River in St. Louis. By William Cleveland The modern-day arts-based community development movement is founded on the belief that the arts can be a powerful agent of personal, institutional, and community change. Since its beginnings in the 1970s, the movement has grown from a very small and contained universe of intent and definition to become a widespread approach to both art making and community building. Many of the ideas considered radical in 1977 can now be found in the guidelines and policies of agencies and funders that serve communities. To effectively assess the current impact of these ideas, it is useful to look at the movement’s components, its shared assumptions, and the vocabulary used to describe the work. This essay is a refreshed version of “Mapping the Field: Arts-based Community Development,” originally published in 2002 by the Community Arts Network. Included in Animating Democracy’s series of papers that provide a current look at the landscape of arts for change, the essay holds up well in today’s context. It can be read in relation to another essay in the Animating Democracy series titled, “Community Arts at Work across the U.S., 2010,” by Linda Frye Burnham, which offers current examples of exciting community arts projects, programs, and organizations. A Working Guide to the Landscape of Arts for Change is supported by the Surdna Foundation as part of the Arts & Social Change Mapping Initiative supported by the Nathan Cummings Foundation, Open Society Foundations, CrossCurrents Foundation, Lambent Foundation, and Surdna Foundation. For more information, visit: www.artsusa.org/animatingdemocracy
Remote Start for Mercedes Benz Operating Instructions Introduction: Thank you for purchasing a Remote Start for Mercedes Benz® system for your vehicle. In order to enjoy the benefits of this system we recommend that you review the following manual. This manual supports Remote Start for Mercedes Benz® remote starters for the following vehicles: (ML, GL, R 2005-2011), (E, CLK, CLS, G 2004-2011), (SLK, B 20052010), (C 2003-2011), (GLK 2010-2011), (S, CL 2007-2011). If you have any additional questions, please contact the original place of purchase. Valet Mode: When servicing your vehicle the system should be placed in valet mode. Valet mode prevents the system from remote starting and allows proper servicing. Valet mode is controlled via the valet switch typically located at the underside of the driver dashboard. The valet switch is a 1” round toggle switch with a white dot marking the “ON’ position on one side and no white dot marking the “VALET” position on the other side. To engage valet mode, depress the blank side of the switch. To turn off valet mode, depress the side of the switch with the white dot. Note: When the system has been placed in valet mode, it is necessary to re-initialize the starter system before the vehicle can be remote started again. To reinitialize the system, first turn off valet mode and then simply start the vehicle with either the key or using the KeylessGo Push Start Button and allow the vehicle to run for one (1) minute. The vehicle can now be remote started. Operation: Your Remote Start for Mercedes Benz system can be operated in a number of ways. This includes using the factory remote control key fob, an optional 1-way or 2-way long range remote control, or a remote smart phone controller application. For instructions on how to use the long range remote or smart phone controllers, refer to the operation manuals included with those systems. ...
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