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2009-02-10 14:35:21

Dutch researchers have developed a digital imaging system they hope to use to shorten the rehabilitation period for people who have sustained an injury or suffered from a stroke. Owned by Dutch firm Motek Medical, the system gives doctors and patients a real-time glimpse at the human body while highlighting muscle movement. "Forces are invisible to the eye. HBM changes that and allows forces to become visible to the eye through color space changes in the muscle model representing the...

2008-09-03 06:00:24

AFS Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of technology solutions to the food and beverage channel, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of the shares of Motek Information Systems, Inc., the provider of Priya(R), the award-winning Warehouse Management System (WMS) used by a number of the food and beverage industry's leading manufacturing and distribution companies. With the Motek acquisition, AFS Technologies now provides more than 750 customers in the food...

2008-08-28 12:00:35

Nexenta Systems, a developer of open storage solutions, has announced that Motek Entertainment, a motion capture and production studio, has selected its NexentaStor open storage software appliance that allow multiple creative users to share and view both uncompressed SD uncompressed HD video content over standard gigabit ethernet networking. Motek Entertainment's deployment of NexentaStor supports HD and lower resolution SD non-linear video applications render farm file pools, and global...


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  • A murmuring sound; a rushing or whistling sound, like that of the wind; a deep sigh.
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