Camera Devices – Link 123 http://link1-2-3.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:41:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://link1-2-3.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2-150x150.png Camera Devices – Link 123 http://link1-2-3.com/ 32 32 Need for Speed ​​Unbound Steering Wheel Supported Devices and Accessibility Settings Revealed https://link1-2-3.com/need-for-speed-unbound-steering-wheel-supported-devices-and-accessibility-settings-revealed/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 04:05:11 +0000 https://link1-2-3.com/need-for-speed-unbound-steering-wheel-supported-devices-and-accessibility-settings-revealed/ Need for Speed ​​Unbound’s release is right around the corner and we’re getting more details on the game ahead of its December 2 release. With systems such as Meetups and side betsthe game is shaping up to be a solid entry in the Need for Speed ​​franchise. Need for Speed ​​Unbound steering wheel supported at […]]]>

Need for Speed ​​Unbound’s release is right around the corner and we’re getting more details on the game ahead of its December 2 release. With systems such as Meetups and side betsthe game is shaping up to be a solid entry in the Need for Speed ​​franchise.

Need for Speed ​​Unbound steering wheel supported at launch:

EA has released some helpful info on the game’s wheel support. It’s a racing game after all, so it’s been tested with different wheel models, including:

Thrustmaster T300RS (PS5, PC)
Thrustmaster TX (Xbox, PC)
Thrustmaster T150 (PS5, PC)
Thrustmaster TMX (Xbox, PC)
Logitech G29 (PS5, PC)
Logitech G920 (Xbox, PC)
Fanatec CSL Elite Racing Wheel (PS5, PC, Xbox)

Although these are the only models Criterion Games has tested the game with, you can expect your steering wheel to perform just like any other racing game, even though it hasn’t been mentioned. Make sure to set the steering wheel to your user profile and you are good to go.

EA also revealed NFS Unbound’s accessibility settings. These settings are useful for people with visual impairments and others.

ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES:

We have a suite of accessibility options for you in the main menu -> Settings -> Accessibility

  • Menu narration (on or off)
  • Subtitles (on or off)
  • Story Game Difficulty (Relaxed, Challenging, Intense)
  • Color blind mode (on or off)
  • Use chat speech to text (on or off)
  • Chat text size
  • Camera shake (a slider to adjust the amount of shake)
  • Motion blur (on or off)
  • Lighting control (on or off) – Reduces the intensity, frequency and brightness of flashing lights in certain cases.

These extra settings should come in handy if you’re not a fan of blurry motion when driving at high speeds, or suffer from motion sickness from camera shake. The chat text size setting is also useful if you can’t read messages without getting closer to the screen.

As for the game’s PC requirements and cross-play details, head over here.

Source: EA

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License plate readers are coming to Encinitas https://link1-2-3.com/license-plate-readers-are-coming-to-encinitas/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:51:00 +0000 https://link1-2-3.com/license-plate-readers-are-coming-to-encinitas/ License plate readers will soon arrive in Encinitas after the city council unanimously voted to install seven devices at three intersections. ENCINITAS, Calif. — License plate readers, or LPR cameras, will soon arrive in Encinitas after the city council voted unanimously to install seven devices at three intersections. “We’re just trying to be as innovative […]]]>

License plate readers will soon arrive in Encinitas after the city council unanimously voted to install seven devices at three intersections.

ENCINITAS, Calif. — License plate readers, or LPR cameras, will soon arrive in Encinitas after the city council voted unanimously to install seven devices at three intersections.

“We’re just trying to be as innovative as we can in fighting crime in the city,” San Diego County Sheriff’s Department Capt. Dustin Lopez said while addressing the council Nov. 16. “I’ve been doing this for 30 years, and I’ve learned to be one step ahead, not one step behind, when it comes to crime issues.

Sheriff’s Department officials say the plate readers will help them report stolen cars in real time.

“Some of the crime trends that we’ve noticed regionally and statewide are that people who commit burglaries are using a lot more stolen vehicles or rental vehicles that are harder to track,” the official said. Sheriff’s Department Lt. Chris Lawrence to CBS 8. “So this is going to help us in our efforts to solve some of these crimes and make the community safer.

But some community advocates warn against the misuse of these monitoring tools.

“It’s very dangerous without supervision, without rules,” said Laila Aziz, chief operating officer of the nonprofit Pillars of the Community. “Before you clean a license plate reader you should have a watchdog and laws to keep anything from getting out of control, and when you don’t you put us all at risk.”

Two intersections along Encinitas Blvd will have LPR cameras at the I-5 exit ramps and the Coastal Freeway. The third intersection will be at Avenida La Costa and Rancho Santa Fe Road. As for the cost, Encinitas will pay $30,226 for camera equipment and license plate scanning software and an additional $10,080 for three years of cellular service to transmit the data to the sheriff’s department.

“At the end of the day, I think it’s really important that we have these tools to fight crime,” said Tony Kranz, city council member and mayor-elect of Encinitas. “We’re going to give it a try, and if things work out the way they’ve been proposed, maybe we’ll expand it a bit.”

Kranz says a big factor in their decision was the recent spike in burglaries in the Olivenhain neighborhood, where stolen cars are often used in burglaries.

“Olivenhain is a bit further away. It’s bigger lots, so it had become a target for criminal gangs in the Los Angeles area,” Kranz said. “So it was a tool that the sheriff captain believed would help in combating these crimes, and so I think everyone on council felt strongly that it was important for us to do that.”

Eight police departments across the county already use license plate readers, including their neighbor to the north. Carlsbad has 85 LPRs in service and plans to add 43 more.

“They’ve shown great success solving kidnappings, murders, shootings, stabbings, so it’s a force multiplier for our deputies and detectives trying to keep the community safe,” said the Lieutenant Lawrence.

While license plate readers and other surveillance tools can be helpful to law enforcement in solving crimes, Aziz believes communities can look for ways to improve public safety other than the state. monitoring and data collection.

“If we want to look at public safety,” Aziz said. “As a community, we continue to move more and more towards surveillance instead of building a community, and I think the best way to promote public safety is to know your neighbors, know when something is suspicious and to work together instead of all of us having to. be subject to surveillance because we don’t want to do that.

WATCH RELATED: Activists Call to End Automated License Plate Reader Program in Chula Vista (2021)

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Nextorage Announces World’s Fastest CFexpress Type B Memory Cards https://link1-2-3.com/nextorage-announces-worlds-fastest-cfexpress-type-b-memory-cards/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 07:02:49 +0000 https://link1-2-3.com/nextorage-announces-worlds-fastest-cfexpress-type-b-memory-cards/ At Interbee 2022 in Japan, Nextstorm announced its new CFexpress Type B memory cards which they claim are the fastest in the world. The Nextorage cards are the B1 Pro and B1 SE series. Both cards support PCIe3.0 NVMe 1.4 interface. The B1 Pro and B1 SE series are durability tested in an environment that […]]]>

At Interbee 2022 in Japan, Nextstorm announced its new CFexpress Type B memory cards which they claim are the fastest in the world.

The Nextorage cards are the B1 Pro and B1 SE series. Both cards support PCIe3.0 NVMe 1.4 interface.

The B1 Pro and B1 SE series are durability tested in an environment that complies with the regulations of the CompactFlash Association:

 Temperature resistance: -10℃ to 70℃ / 14℉ to 158℉ (operating temperature)
 Shock resistance (EIA-364-27A compliant)
 Resistance to X-rays (conforms to ISO7816-1)
 UV resistance (conforms to ISO7816-1)
 Magnetic resistance (based on Nextorage internal tests)
 Antistatic (certified according to IEC 61000-4-2)

Nextorage is currently testing the compatibility of the B1 Pro/B1 SE series with devices compatible with CFexpress Type B memory cards and has confirmed that recording will work with the Canon EOS R3, EOS R5, EOS R5C and Nikon Z9. Information on other compatible devices will be updated on the Nextorage website as it becomes available.

B1 Pro Series