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Together with Z Cam, Assimilate offers the only, end-to- end, integrated VR workflows, which includes either a Z Cam S1 or S1 Pro VR camera and the Assimilate Scratch VR Z post-production tool suite.
Certainly, no Dutch-speaking resident of the Netherlands has to assimilate to your unwillingness to understand the nuances of a country to which you willingly relocated.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-December 3, 2010-Autodesk and ASSIMILATE agree to settle pending lawsuit(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
These high costs are a barrier to assimilation, causing some immigrants to choose not to assimilate.
By teaming with ASSIMILATE and PNY Technologies, NextComputing has developed a solution that allows stereoscopic productions shot on RED to achieve a full post-production data management and processing workflow on set.
NVIDIAA; QuadroA; graphics drive powerful, portable workstation for on-set post-production processing of RED camera footage using ASSIMILATE SCRATCH CINE
2 : to take in and make part of a larger thing <The body assimilates nutrients in food.
By acting now, we can ensure that our laws are respected, that the needs of our economy are met, and that our Nation treats newcomers with dignity and helps them assimilate.
I don't mean they should assimilate indiscriminately, but there has to be good inculturation.
The chakras, (a Sanskrit term for "wheel") are centers along our body that receive, assimilate and transmit life force energy.
Most illegals do want to speak English and do want to assimilate, as have most immigrants historically.