You can see how sociology takes place in Rocky Flats during this time.
Direct physical connection to a computer[ edit ] The file size of a scan can be up to about megabytes for a DPI 23 x 28 cm 9"x11" slightly larger than A4 paper uncompressed bit image.
From all-in-one multi-purpose devices became available which were suitable for both small offices and consumers, with printing, scanning, copying, and fax capability in a single apparatus which can be made available to all members of a workgroup.
OCR capability may be integrated into the scanning software, or the scanned image file can be processed with a separate OCR program.
Indirect network connection to a computer[ edit ] During the early s professional flatbed scanners were available over a local computer network. A hand scanner may have a small window through which the document being scanned could be viewed.
Most enraging is that the scan can be done without my knowledge. There are two basic issues: 1 how the scanner is physically connected to the computer and 2 how the application retrieves the information from the scanner.
Document scanners have document feedersusually larger than those sometimes found on copiers or all-purpose scanners. There are presently two types of scanning technology that are used in full body scanners: millimeter wave scanners and backscatter scanners.
This means that the application does not need to know the specific details of the scanner in order to access it directly.