The legendary Bernard Manning comperes while fellow stand-up veteran Colin Crompton is ‘Mr Chairman’ at the Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club – the friendliest working men’s club in the North. Amid the boozing, bingo and committee announcements, the show features rising stars and evergreen entertainers, contemporary acts and international stars – and the occasional musical oddity. For the first time on home-video format, this release presents the complete second series, in which Roy Orbison, P.J. Proby, Marty Wilde, Russ Conway, Matt Monro, and dancer, choreographer and UFO star Peter Gordeno can be found rubbing shoulders with the Amazing Bavarian Stompers and some 'exotic' dancers! Although the ‘club’ was a humorously authentic studio mock-up, this forgotten treasure of 1970s light entertainment programming – building upon the highly successful live-audience format of The Comedians – brought the quickfire comedy, musical variety and convivial atmosphere of a typical Clubland concert night to a national audience. Providing a showcase for several future household names, Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club proved a ratings winner between 1974 and 1977; this second series was first screened in 1974 and the set also includes that year’s New Year’s Special.
Planetarium's museum tells the story of the development of astronautics from the first artificial Earth satellites and the flight of Gagarin to modern spaceships and stations.The key point of the exposition is the theme of the flight of the first woman cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkova.The history of the development of rocketry is shown by a number of models of Soviet and Russian rockets from R-7 to the MMK Energia-Buran. The conceptual parallel, built from the first manned space flight to the present day, ends with a mockup of the Soyuz launch vehicle and the modern Soyuz-TMA spacecraft.The visitors can take a picture in a life-size cosmonaut's spacesuit model.
Integration von MockUp-Konzepten in die Spezifikation grafischer Bedienoberflächen ab 42.99 € als Taschenbuch: 1. Auflage. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Ratgeber, Computer & Internet,
Integration von MockUp-Konzepten in die Spezifikation grafischer Bedienoberflächen ab 31.99 € als epub eBook: 1. Auflage. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Sachthemen & Ratgeber, Computer & Internet,
Integration von MockUp-Konzepten in die Spezifikation grafischer Bedienoberflächen ab 42.99 EURO 1. Auflage
Integration von MockUp-Konzepten in die Spezifikation grafischer Bedienoberflächen ab 31.99 EURO 1. Auflage
The Spitfire Mark I was a utility helicopter built in the United States in the late 1970s and intended for series production. In essence, the Mark I was an Enstrom F-28 that was modified to use an Allison 250 turboshaft engine and geared transmission in place of the original piston engine and system of vee belts. The resulting powerplant installation was lighter and more compact, which allowed for additional cargo or fuel. Spitfire Helicopters' parent company, Fetsko Aviation Sales and Transportation began work on the prototype in January 1976, and on a number of pre-production aircraft in February 1977. Fetsko displayed a mockup of the concept at the National Maintenance and Operations Meeting at Reading, Pennsylvania in June 1976.
Musical Instrument Digital Interface. MIDI usage and applications, MIDI Manufacturers Association, MIDI Show Control, OpenSound Control, List of MIDI editors and sequencers, Comparison of MIDI standards, MIDI 1.0, MIDI Machine Control, MIDI timecode, MIDI controller, MIDI mockup, General MIDI
Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) have become the de-facto standard for creating large and complex software systems in enterprise environments. While the SOA paradigm of combining loosely coupled distributed software services adds flexibility to software systems (e.g., late binding to replace services during run time), new challenges arise. One important aspect is getting the split services together to a working unit. BPEL is one way to achieve this goal. New software services for a new business requirement can be composed by using existing services. As in every other software development these new components must be tested to ensure software quality. For testing local software there is a wide range of different concepts like Mockup objects to support the testing process. For distributed software tests there is still a lack of such supporting concepts and tools. This work will cover this area providing a tool for the automatic generation of testbeds for business processes to provide an environment for testing.
The design of aesthetic products is a process that requires a set of activities where digital models and physical mockups play an important role in the design process. Typically, virtual objects are modified (and built) several times before reaching the desired design, increasing the development time and, consequently, the final product cost. Moreover, each time a physical mockup is required for evaluating the product, the design process halts, waiting for the construction of the physical prototype. However, while the other phases of the design process only take a few minutes or hours, the physical mockup production requires more time that can range from days to weeks, causing a bigger impact in the design process. The haptic-based immersive system that we propose here will reduce the number of physical mockups during the design process allowing designers to perform all the phases of the product design process (concept, modelling, visual and physical evaluation and modification) continuously and without any interruption.