Computer Science 105 - Beekman Part 1 Chapter 3 Notes

Radio frequency identification tags scanner scan

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Unformatted text preview: ulti- touch device detects more than one fingers Optical mark readers look for location of pencil on testes, magnetic ink character readers read for ink on checks, bar code readers use light to read universal product codes(connected to point- of- sale terminals), radio frequency identification readers use radio waves to communicate with radio frequency identification tags Scanner scan paper and Optical Character Recognition reads handwriting Pen scanner reads characters as moved across like a highlighter Handwriting recognition translates handwriting into computer- readable characters A scanner is an input device that can create a digital representation of typed text, handwritten text, graphics, and objects Flatbed scanners that look like photocopiers are the most common Drum scanners used for museum archival and high- end publishing, film scanner can only scan slides and negatives Digital camera captures snapshots of real world as digital images and s...
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