Adobe Dimension 3.1 ((EXCLUSIVE))
Name of Product/Version: Adobe Dimension 2.3.1 for WindowsProduct Description: Dimension is a 3D rendering application that leverages machine learning to enable traditionally 2D designers to work with 3D assets without the typical amount of experience necessary.Date: October 2019Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.orgNotes: Testing performed on Adobe Dimension 2.3.1 on Windows 10. The information contained in this report applies to the product itself. Information regarding Support Documentation and Services is available in the Accessibility Conformance Report for the Adobe Help Center on the Adobe Accessibility Compliance website.
Adobe Dimension 3.1
Custom Conversion and Custom Traffic reports are both custom dimension reports. Conversions are eVars. You can set a custom expiration to the value such as hit, visit, month, and year. This value remains in persistence for a user for the configured time frame unless overwritten. Traffic variables are props. You can also set these up for Pathing Reports or as list items that break apart multiple values based on a delimiter of your choice.
All the reports here allowed for multiple metric columns and dimension breakdowns. However, the simplicity of the visualizations and some of the logic behind what elements could be correlated could be frustrating at times.
You can make some minor tweaks to these visualizations, add a secondary dimension breakdown, change the visualization, create a filter on the data, and more. You can save your customizations as a Saved Report.
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Adobe Dimension CC 2019 is an efficient application for taking care of the two dimensional and three-dimensional picture and objects. The latest version includes the powerful set of advanced designing options and tools. While working in this application you will experience a quite user friendly interface with a lot of simple to use tools and options to create artwork. You will be able to work professionally with 3D images and 3D ads. You can also like Marvelous Designer 8.
A CSS pixel is the canonical unit of measure for all lengths and measurements in CSS. This unit is density-independent, and distinct from actual hardware pixels present in a display. User agents and operating systems should ensure that a CSS pixel is set as closely as possible to the CSS Values and Units Module Level 3 reference pixel [css3-values], which takes into account the physical dimensions of the display and the assumed viewing distance (factors that cannot be determined by content authors).
Polaroid sizes are varied and diverse, and the sizes depend on the model of the Polaroid camera used. And although they are all pretty much wallet-size, their exact dimensions differ slightly as some use square-shaped films instead of the usual rectangular-shaped films.
For purposes of this document, body dimensions and mobility descriptions are limited to the range of personnel considered most likely to be space module crewmembers and visiting personnel. It is assumed that these personnel will be in good health, fully adult in physical development, and an average age of 40 years. A wide range of ethnic and racial backgrounds may b represented, and crewmembers may be either male or female. The dimensional data in Paragraph 3.3.1, Body Size, are estimates of the size of crewmembers in the year 2000.
a. Percentile Range - Design and sizing of space modules should ensure accommodation, compatibility, operability, and maintainability by the user population. Generally, design limits are based on a range of the user population from the 5th percentile values for critical body dimensions, as appropriate. The use of this range will theoretically provide coverage for 90% of the user population for that dimension.
c. Misuse of the 50th Percentile - There is an erroneous tendency to consider the 50th percentile dimensional data as sufficient to accommodate the majority of users. This must not be done. The 50th percentile dimensions will accommodate only a narrow portion of the population, not a majority of the users. The full size range of users must be considered.
d. Summation of Segment Dimensions - Caution must be taken when combining body segment dimensions. The 95th percentile arm length, for instance, is not the addition of the 95th percentile shoulder-to-elbow length plus the 95th percentile elbow-to-hand length. The actual 95th percentile arm length will be somewhat less. The 95th percentile individual is not composed of 95th percentile segments. The same is true for any percentile individual.
b. Racial Variations - Blacks and Whites are very similar in terms of height and weight measurements. The average torso measurement of Whites is longer than Blacks and limbs are shorter. Asians are generally shorter and lighter than Whites and Blacks. Most of this stature difference is in leg length. Asian facial dimensions may be larger in proportion to height.
For typical long-term space module design studies, it is appropriate to estimate the body dimensions of a future population of crew, passengers, and even the ground crew. Past experience has demonstrated that there is a historical change in average height, arm length, weight, and many other dimensions. This type of human variation, occurring from generation to generation over time, is usually referred to as secular change. Whether the effect results from better nutrition, improved health care, or some biological selection process has not been determined.
This section provides specific body distances, dimensions, contours, and techniques for use in developing design requirements. There is no attempt to include all potentially useful anthropometric data in this document because much of these data are already available in convenient published form such as Reference 16. Rather, one description set of the size range for the projected crewmember population is presented
a. Effects of Clothing - In a controlled IVA environment there is little need for heavy, thick clothing. For most practical purposes, therefore, there is no need to consider the effect of IVA clothing on body size. When an individual must wear an EVA pressure garment or a space suit, body dimensions will be affected drastically. In this case, dimensional studies must be made for the user population wearing the garment. These data must then be substituted for unclothed or lightly clothed dimensions.
Dimensions of the year 2000, 40 year-old White or Black American male and the 40 year-old Asian Japanese female are given in Figure 22.214.171.124-1. The data in this figure shall be used as appropriate to achieve effective integrations of the crew and space systems. The dimensions apply to 1-G conditions only.
b) Measurement data - the numbers adjacent to each of the dimension are reference codes. the same codes are in Volume II of Reference 16. Reference 16, Volume II, provides additional data for these measurements plus an explanation of the measurement technique.
1) Stature increases approximately 3% over the first 3 to 4 days in weightlessness (see figure 126.96.36.199-2). Almost all of this change appear in the spinal column, and thus affects (increases) other related dimensions, such as sitting height (buttock-vertex), shoulder height- sitting, eye height, sitting, and all dimensions that include the spine.
2) Sitting height would be better named as buttock-vertex in microgravity conditions, unless the crewmember were measured with a firm pressure on shoulders pressing him or her against a fixed, flat "sitting" support surface. All sitting dimensions (vertex, eye, shoulder, and elbow) increase in weightlessness by two changes: 041b061a72