Their raw comments provide a fascinating first-person, real-time reaction—without those annoying red and blue dial lines.
The full-length feature film Rethink Afghanistan is “the first real-time documentary,” says Greenwald.
John Avlon reports on the real-time test for the international community.
A staffer at the Japanese Red Cross is posting photographs in real-time from the relief agency's efforts around Sendai.
On one message board on the gay blog Queerty, the conflict is unfolding in real-time.
There are 7,000 hours of real-time footage shot on 20 cameras squeezed into 344 minutes of TV.
Anyone trying to make it otherwise is a villain in this high-stakes, real-time morality play.
It can also perform most of the calculations necessary for real-time guidance of the course of the experiments.
real-time interaction is fundamental to the context of focusing on nano-scale.
Could a written report of the operation substitute for the real-time event?
A term used to describe computer systems that update information at the same rate as they receive data.
1. Describes an application which requires a program to respond to stimuli within some small upper limit of response time (typically milli- or microseconds). Process control at a chemical plant is the classic example. Such applications often require special operating systems (because everything else must take a back seat to response time) and speed-tuned hardware.
2. In jargon, refers to doing something while people are watching or waiting. "I asked her how to find the calling procedure's program counter on the stack and she came up with an algorithm in real time."
Used to describe a system that must guarantee a response to an external event within a given time.