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  • n. Plural form of photosensor.

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Examples

  • Then they enmeshed photosensors onto the top fo the half dome.

    Knight Rider: Teeny Tiny Cameras

  • In the distance, the skyline of Stars Landing was partly distorted by surface irregularities on the broad central core of the station, which was camouflaged with photosensors that reproduced the images in front of them on massive diodes 180 degrees away, on the other side of the core, to preserve the illusion of an unbroken pastoral vista.

    Harbinger

  • A system of wall-mounted photosensors divided the room in two lengthwise.

    Roger MacBride

  • Another cable led from the junction box to the photosensors.

    Roger MacBride

  • Beam emitters lined the opposite wall, their beams aimed squarely at the photosensors, and bright enough to be plainly visible.

    Roger MacBride

  • On the opposite side of the room, behind the optical barrier formed by the photosensors, stood Simcor Beddle, leader of the Ironheads.

    Roger MacBride

  • So the photomorph puts out an impressive number of lumens and overwhelms the prey's photosensors.

    Flinx In Flux

  • It is instantly tunable to an infinite number of light transmission states regardless of window size, and easily adapts to individual preferences using control devices ranging from basic dimmer switches and photosensors to those that are integrated into a building's or vehicle's intelligent control system.

    Diamond Sea Glaze Licensed by Smart Glass Company Research Frontiers to Manufacture and Sell SPD-Smart Marine Products - Yahoo! Finance

  • Airwave's photosensors also rebel against battery power, relying instead on photovoltaic cells to monitor light levels and signal the lighting unit to reduce output when sufficient daylight is available.

    Fast Company

  • It uses "a set of photosensors mounted into it that detect the light beams� position and tell the car which direction to turn."

    Tech Blog

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