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Transcript: ~Monitor~ A Monitor is a: device that displays images or symbols generated by computers Until the early 1980's most monitors were terminals. They were boxy video display terminals (VDT's) combined with an attached keyboard. A terminal could be configured to work with just about any computer on the market. (Not that there was a wide selection of personal computers for you to choose from) ~ several companys make monitors like Dell, Apple, Gateway, HP, Sony, Vaio, ect. 1080p is the max resolution Minimum is is about 600p and that is way low!!! 1.1 Pixel resolution 1.2 Spatial resolution 1.3 Spectral resolution 1.4 Temporal resolution 1.5 Radiometric resolution Monitors are cool!!!! 1.) What is the maximum resolution? A.) 1080p B.) 1280p C.) 367846467p D.) 600p 2.) What ISN'T a type of resolution? A.) Telamachus resolution B.) Radiometric resolution C.) Pixel resolution D.) Temporal resolution 3.) What is a monitor? A.) A odomator that displays what you are looking for. B.) device that displays images or symbols generated by computers C.) A screen hooked to the monitor 4.) When did the monitor become common? A.) Early 70's B.) Late 70's C.) Early 80's D.) Late 80's 5.) Who doesn't make monitors? A.) apple B.) Dell C.) Sony D.) Intel we dont know what this means but it has somthing to do with resolution! s A monitor is a screen that is attatched to th Resolution there are many types of resolutions like:

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Transcript: CONS without native resolution there are blurry images some models have poor color quality dead or stuck pixels poor display in sunlight not designed to allow easy replacement of back lights uneven back lighting in some monitors causing back light distortion(happens mostly in older monitors) especially around the edges. Cons Short life span More vunerable to screen burn in LCD has higher resolution than a Plasma Has a poor reproduction of color black, black often comes out as shades of gray. Plasma monitors are heavy Uses more electricity than an LCD It contains a shadow mask which is a thin metal screen filled with many holes It contains an aperture grill which contains tiny vertical lines that helps illuminate the phosphor of the faceplate.This added on feature may be more expensive. Contains a slot-mask mask tube that is a combination of a shadow mask and a aperture grill. CRT Features... PROS has better contrast inexpensive dependable clearer pictures viewable from any angle CRTS are suitable for graphic professionals Plasma Features... Plasma Characteristics... Pros Excellent brightness High resolution Plasma does not use a scanning electron beam to create a picture, all the pixels on the screen lit up at the same time. Has a wide viewing angle. Good contrast CRT Characteristics Types of Monitors Thin profile Standard screen sizes Brighter screens Low energy consumption Flicker free refresh rates High contrast ratios LCD Features... LCD Characteristics... PROS Operating temperature of 0-50degrees Celsius storage temperature of 20-70 degrees Celsius cost effective space efficient reduced radiation lighter weight less eyestrain better image quality and contrast longer life span easier options and features Cons Consumes more power Prone to screen flicker large and heavy Give out an unhealthy amount of radiation. generates lots of heat not always compatible of new technology that is coming out or already out LCD Characteristics... Plasma Characteristics... CRT CHARACTERISTICS... Works by combining neon and xenon gas mixture between 2 glass plates. High brightness No need to dim the lights Great for wall or ceiling for easy way of viewing Resources

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Transcript: My shadow journey with What we do Save the next billion from old-age poverty by committing ourselves to pension inclusion. Why do we need pinBox Solutions? Pensions are, unfortunately, not attractive. Pension is a push product and needs stickiness Why micropensions? Here's where the magic happens A generalist's approach to work 1. Partnership scouting: Research and prepare a laundry list of possible partners: MFIs NGOs SLGs JLGs Partnerships 2. Marketing creatives for walk in stores To go live in PayM outlets Assisted enrollment model Sourced images and coordinated the preparation Marketing creatives 3. Partner stakeholder engagement quizzes: Thematic short questionnaires that help us gauge savings behavior of the employees. We chose a Bollywood theme for higher engagement and conversions. Stakeholder engagement 4. Surveys: Worked on a set of 11 short situational surveys that focus of various aspects of savings and reaction of the client to the situation. To name a few, Inflation Existing retriement plans Savings Attitude towards fund withdrawls Surveys 5. Emailers - Corporate NPS Wrote a set of 4 emailers with around Cost of delayed investments The triple tax benefit of NPS Savings behavior of millennials Traditional savings options Emailers 6. Ad Hoc assignments Social media marketing- Gift a Pension Content and media production and script writing. Helped curate Gift-a-Pension's helpdesk responses during various stages of enrollment cycle. Ad Hoc tasks I wish.... I was more vocal about what I wanted Documented everything to the T! I wasn't so hard on myself And explored operations too! Networked openly! I had done these differently Major Learnings Takeaway 1 You cannot make mistakes. Well, that's not true. Takeaway 1 Takeaway 2 Realisation that I got what I needed. Takeaway 2 Takeaway 3 Master your craft! Takeaway 3 Takeaway 3 Curiosity fuels progress. Takeaway 4 THANK YOU

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