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U.s. Night Vision Device Market Size, Growth and Trend Analysis, 2015 to 2025 By susan hill
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The U.S. night vision device market size was estimated at USD 3.74 billion in 2017. It is expected to reach USD 4.39 billion by 2025. Night vision devices are less expensive than thermal imagining... More > devices, as a result, their demand is higher for a variety of applications. These devices are used by army for performing night operations and during the time of war. It is also used for performing preventive maintenance in plants, energy distribution units, and building diagnostics by construction companies.< Less
Serpent at the Door: The Films of P.T. Anderson By Steven Martinez
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From ‘Hard Eight,’ ‘Boogie Nights,’ and ‘Magnolia,’ to ‘Punch Drunk Love,’ ‘There Will Be Blood’ and ‘The Master,’ P.T.... More > Anderson’s body of work remains a paragon of American cinema. This critical overview provides a much-needed interpretation of his entire canon. Beginning with his earliest short-film and proceeding through his most recent tragedy, ‘Serpent at the Door’ explores the major themes and narrative devices utilized in the construction of his art. Above all, it describes the umbrella of divine intervention that hangs over his universe, motivating his characters through arduous journeys of discovery. Fate and chance dominate his drama, threaded between flawed gods and lost men. These inescapable relationships animate his movies, coalescing into hopeful moments of personal redemption. Anderson’s cinema deserves the broadest critique possible given the depth and breadth of his artistry. ‘Serpent at the Door’ provides a cohesive argument that speaks to the purpose and quality of his collective vision.< Less
Ring Video Doorbell Pro: Learning the Basics By Dale Michelson
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The home surveillance device provides all round video and audio security as well as an electronic doorbell. You are given the option of creating your own settings to the motion sensor and therefore... More > will be notified when even there is a visitor at your home. It’ infrared night vision also puts it far ahead of many others who have poor night vision. With a weather-resistant design, you can monitor your home around the clock – day or night, rain or shine. The ring door bell was first released in 2011 by Jamie Siminoff and started in their office garage at home.  < Less

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