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  BMW Z1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The BMW Z1 is a two-seat roadster developed by BMW Technik GmbH and produced from July 1988 to June 1991.
The Z1 was outfitted with 15 in (381 mm) diameter by 7 in (177.8 mm) wide wheels on both the front and rear, shod with 205/55VR-15 tires.
Rowan Atkinson on the BMW Z1 is a commentary on the Z1 written by Rowan Atkinson and which appeared in The Independent on February 4, 1990.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/BMW_Z1   (1594 words)

  
 Konrad Zuse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pre-WWII work and the Z1 Born in Berlin, Germany, Zuse graduated in civil engineering from the Technische Hochschule Berlin-Charlottenburg (today the Technische Universit├Ąt Berlin or Technical University of Berlin) in 1935.
Working in his parents' apartment in 1938, his first attempt, called the Z1, was a binary Electrically driven mechanical calculator with limited programmability, reading instructions from punched tape.
The Z1 and its original blueprints were destroyed during World War II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Konrad_Zuse   (1109 words)

  
 Konrad Zuse's first computers - The Z1
The Z1 did not use relays, but instead consisted completely of thin metal sheets, which he and his friends produced using a jigsaw.
There was a clear separation between the punch tape reader, the control unit (which supervised the whole machine and the execution of the instructions), the arithmetic unit (with registers R1 and R2), the memory, and the input/output devices.
The two circles on the left-hand side (on the clock generator block) are cranks for executing a clock cycle manually, where the upper one is for the memory and the lower one for the control and arithmetic unit.
www.epemag.com /zuse/part3a.htm   (472 words)

  
 Konrad Zuse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Z1 The Z1 is today considered to be the first freely programmable computer of the world.
Z1 in the apartment of Konrad Zuse's parents in 1936
Konrad Zuse constructed the Z1 in the apartment of his parents, in fact, he was allowed to use the living room for his construction.
irb.cs.tu-berlin.de /~zuse/Konrad_Zuse/en/Rechner_Z1.html   (240 words)

  
 Z1 Enterprises - Online Store Policies
Z1 Enterprises may release account information when we believe, in good faith, that such release is reasonably necessary to either comply with law, enforce or apply the terms of any of our user agreements or protect the rights, property or safety of Z1 Enterprises, our users, or others.
Z1 Enterprises shall use reasonable efforts to cause products to be delivered to Buyer by requested delivery dates, but shall in no event be liable for any losses or damages caused by delay or non-delivery of products.
Z1 Enterprises may cancel an order to the extent the quantity not delivered is due to any such cause or circumstance.
www.z1enterprises.com /policies.aspx   (2679 words)

  
 The Z1 Profile
When a Z1 gradient is applied to the sample, each of these finite samples would have a slightly different frequency based on the slightly different Z1 gradient value at each position along the Z axis.
For this reason, whether the left end is the top or the bottom of the sample depends on the polarity of the Z1 gradient applied in the NMR system when the Z1 gradient is adjusted in one specific direction.
However, if the NMR operator applies a Z1 gradient to get a "Z1 profile" of the sample, the highest order gradients are adjusted first to get the most square and symmetrical ends on the Z1 profile, then the center region is flattened with the lower order gradients.
www.acornnmr.com /Sam/z1profil.htm   (1488 words)

  
 Z1™ Series COULTER COUNTER® Cell and Particle Counter
Both Z1 Single and Dual Threshold Models use the Coulter Principle (Electrical Sensing Zone Method) for counting cells or particles in the 1-120 micron size range.
Z1 instruments incorporate a unique, new oil displacement pump which delivers a high degree of accuracy and precision, and eliminates the need for mercury utilized in the traditional mercury manometers.
The Z1 offers a choice of hard copy output from a complete analysis per run to a line by line presentation completely formatted to simplify later analyses comparisons.
www.beckmancoulter.com /products/instrument/partChar/pc_z1.asp   (413 words)

  
 Konrad Zuse's first computers -- The Z1
The original Z1 was privately financed by Konrad Zuse, his parents, his sister Lieselotte (1908-1953), and friends.
The rebuilt Z1 in the atelier of Konrad Zuse.
Rebuilding the Z1 was a tremendous achievement, which allowed my father to show the world the first freely programmable computer based on binary floating point numbers and a binary switching system.
www.epemag.com /zuse/part3b.htm   (420 words)

  
 Bikes of the 70's: Kawasaki 903 Z1
Though highly advanced for its time, the Z1 was also relatively easy to maintain, as this cutaway from the original press kit shows.
In '74 the Z1 became the Z1B, and received crank balance, ignition and jetting changes for improved off-idle and overall engine response.
In '76 the Z1 became the KZ900, and though it differed little from the earlier Zs, it is not considered collectible by, er, collectors.
motorcyclistonline.com /flashback/122_9610_z1kaw   (1639 words)

  
 STS-92 Payload: Z1 Integrated Truss Segment
The Z1 truss segment is equipped with several spacewalk aids: Two EVA tool stowage devices (ETSDs), 22 worksite interface (WIF) sockets, 1 flight-releasable grapple fixture (FRGF), 11 trusses, 2 tray launch restraints, numerous standard handholds and handrails, and several custom handles.
Mechanical interfaces are provided between Z1 and the P6 long spacer on the Z1 zenith face, between Z1 and Node 1 on the Z1 nadir face, between Z1 and PMA-2 on the Z1 forward face, and across a cable tray from the Z1 forward face to the U.S. Lab.
The Z1 truss structure is designed to maximize component packaging and support load paths during launch and on orbit.
www.shuttlepresskit.com /STS-92/payload76.htm   (2050 words)

  
 Digital Cameras - Minolta DiMAGE Z1 Digital Camera Review, Information, Specifications
Though the DiMAGE Z1 normally judges focus from a large area in the center of the frame, a Spot AF mode is also available, which determines focus from one of three possible spot-AF hotspots, arranged across the middle of the frame.
The Z1 offers a manual focus setting, as well as a Full-time AF mode which continuously adjusts focus whether the shutter button is pressed or not.
The Z1 is quite unusual though, in that it actually uses the same LCD screen for both eyelevel and rear-panel displays.
www.imaging-resource.com /PRODS/Z1/Z1A.HTM   (7140 words)

  
 Megapixel.net
The Z1 is turned on by sliding back its front cover, revealing the lens and flash and activating the bright white Self-timer lamp to the left of the flash for a few seconds.
The external controls of the Z1 are kept to the bare minimum, and the capture modes are selected in the camera’s menu (see the Characteristics section of the review for a listing of all the options contained in the menu).
The Z1 starts up quickly — it is ready to shoot in under a second — and reacts instantly to its controls, including the shutter release.
www.megapixel.net /reviews/fuji-z1/z1-gen.php   (1328 words)

  
 KORG Z1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
When Korg demonstrated the Z1 prototype at its launch in the Lloyds Building last month, presenter Paul Wiffen claimed that the new synth was born in the company's 'More' department...
The Z1 is, in its basic configuration, five octaves wide and 12-voice polyphonic, with each voice derived from a pair of physically modelled oscillators plus a sub-oscillator and a noise source.
Unlike sample-based synths (which are limited by the nature and timbre of their source PCMs), the Z1 allows you to adjust parameters that relate to the physical nature of the original instruments.
www.soundonsound.com /sos/1997_articles/aug97/korgz1.html   (2250 words)

  
 Product Review
The Z1 therefore has a resolution of 960 x 540, less than XGA (1024 x 768), but with a 16x9 aspect ratio so that it is convenient to use with a 16x9 screen.
The other specifications of the Z1 important to the HT enthusiast are 700 ANSI lumens and 800:1 contrast ratio, as well as the ability to easily connect to a variety of HT related video sources.
I put the Z1 on a 21 inch high coffee table and tried to use the lens shift to place the bottom of the image at the bottom of my screen which is 39 inches off the floor.
www.hometheaterhifi.com /volume_10_2/sanyo-z1-projector-4-2003.html   (2652 words)

  
 Fuji Digital Cameras - FinePix Z1 Zoom digital camera
The FinePix Z1 Zoom is a super-slim compact digital camera with 5.1 million pixels, 3x optical zoom and a mammoth 2.5 inch LCD monitor.
Its ergonomic, wrapped-shell casing isn't the only thing that sets it apart – with a sensitivity of ISO 800, the Z1 Zoom is twice as effective in low-light situations as comparable ISO 400 cameras in its class.
The pocket-sized FinePix Z1 Zoom houses a fifth generation version of Fujifilm's Super CCD sensor, delivering superb images even in low light conditions, making it the ideal pocket companion for concerts or nights out.
www.fujifilm.co.uk /digital/cameras/z1/index.php   (470 words)

  
 Fujifilm FinePix Z1: Digital Photography Review
The super slim aluminum-cased Z1 is powered up by a sliding lens cover that is the size of the camera.
The pocket-sized FinePix Z1 Zoom houses a fifth generation version of Fujifilm’s Super CCD HR sensor, delivering superb images even in low light conditions, making it the ideal pocket companion for concerts or nights out.
Despite its diminutive build, the FinePix Z1 Zoom sports a huge 2.5 inch LCD screen that is the largest in the Fujifilm range, making it ideal for viewing and editing images while out and about.
www.dpreview.com /news/0502/05020803fuji_finepixz1.asp   (621 words)

  
 DCRP Review: Fuji FinePix Z1
The FinePix Z1 offers a traditional shot preview (minus a histogram) as well as a unique view that shows the current shot as well as the three previous photos you took.
At ISO 400 the Z1 is less noisy than the S1, but the S1 is quite a bit sharper.
The FinePix Z1 is a good performer, with near-instant startup, good focusing times (with high speed shooting turned on), no shutter lag, and good shot-to-shot speeds.
www.dcresource.com /reviews/fuji/finepix_z1-review/index.shtml   (3408 words)

  
 Raul Roja's article on Zuse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
We argue that both the Z1 and the Z3 possessed features akin to those of modern computers: memory and processor were separate units, the processor could handle floating-point numbers and compute the four basic arithmetical operations as well as the square root of a number.
The Z1 was reconstructed by Zuse himself in Berlin during the 1980s, and is now one of the exhibition attractions at the Berlin Museum of Transportation and Technology.
There were also minor differences in the number of bits used for arithmetical operations in the processor (the Z1 used one bit less for the mantissa of floating-point numbers) and the number of cycles needed for each instruction.
hjs.geol.uib.no /zuse/zusez1z3.htm   (8633 words)

  
 Monster Cable: Z1 Affordable Audiophile Speaker Cable   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Z1 is a perfect example of what can be accomplished with advanced technologies in a compact cable.
Z1 incorporates Monster’s famous MultiTwist™ construction, an ultra-tight winding of conductors resulting in enhanced sonic performance and superior noise rejection throughout the audio bandwidth.
Z1 offers exceptional performance in a smaller speaker cable designed for audiophile music and home theatre systems.
www.monstercable.com /productPage.asp?pin=37   (429 words)

  
 Digital Cameras - Fuji FinePix Z1 Digital Camera Review, Information, Specifications
The Fujifilm FinePix Z1 is aimed at consumers who value style, portability, and ease of use, shielding them from the complexities of shutter speeds and aperture settings (although the camera does let you know what values it has selected for you).
Metering on the Fuji Z1 is calculated by splitting the image into 64 zones, thus basing the exposure on contrast and brightness values read from the entire scene.
For power, the Fuji Z1 uses a proprietary NP-40 Lithium Ion rechargeable battery, one of which is included with the camera, along with a cradle that allows the battery to be charged in the camera body.
www.imaging-resource.com /PRODS/FPZ1/FPZ1A.HTM   (7031 words)

  
 Z1 Motorsports :: Featured Cars
The hottest Z32 roadster around - this twinturbo convertible features the Z1 widebody kit and holds a powerhouse of an engine using a pair of TD06-20Gs, Bell 4.5" thick FMIC and topped off with an orion silver paint and IForged wheels 13" wide in the rear.
Z1 installed a Vortech supercharger on this '04 at just over 100 miles.
Z1 NA to TT conversion: Apollo front mount intercooler, Doolz intake, 555cc inj, Z1 ecu upgrade, Stage 3 Turbo kit, Widebody kit, I-Forged 18x9.5 front, 18x12 in rear,
www.z1motorsports.com /imageGallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=Featured-Cars   (506 words)

  
 BMW World - BMW Z1 Parts
Introduced at the 1987 Frankfurt Auto Show, the BMW Z1 is a right hand drive only model, based on the E30 3 Series, made in the late eighties.
The Z1 was one of the first BMWs to have multi-link rear suspension.
BMW Z1 Kelleners Edition describes the Kelleners tuning program for the Z1 with a 3.0 liter engine producing 286hp-330hp.
www.bmwworld.com /models/z1.htm   (433 words)

  
 Fuji FinePix Z1 - DCVIEWS
Available in two colors -- a deep, sophisticated fl and a stunning brushed silver -- the FinePix Z1 is as trim as they come in the world of digicams, measuring a mere 18.6 millimeters thick - thinner than a deck of cards.
This slenderness, which is possible thanks to a non-extending, refractive 3x optical zoom lens, allows the camera to stow easily in a pocket or small handbag for quick access when those special moments with friends occur.
To improve low-light performance, the LCD of the FinePix Z1 has a gain-up function that improves the brightness and quality of the image in the LCD.
www.dcviews.com /_fuji/z1.htm   (263 words)

  
 Steve's Digicams - Breaking News - Fujifilm 02/08/2005 Press Releases
That shouldn’t be a concern with the FinePix Z1 as its sleek and strong all-metal body is sure to draw attention.
Available in two colors -- a deep, sophisticated fl and a stunning brushed silver -- the FinePix Z1 is as trim as they come in the world of digicams, measuring a mere 18.6 millimeters thick — thinner than a deck of cards.
To combat this and improve low-light performance, the LCD of the FinePix Z1 has a gain-up function that improves the brightness and quality of the image in the LCD.
www.steves-digicams.com /pr/fuji_02082005_z1_pr.html   (950 words)

  
 Minolta Dimage Z1 Digital Camera - DISCONTINUED
The Z1 is ready to capture another image in just 1.2 seconds after the previous exposure.
The large grip gives the DiMAGE Z1 secure, comfortable handling -- when handholding the camera in low-light conditions or when using long focal lengths, nothing is more important than a well-balanced grip to keep the camera steady.
The DiMAGE Z1 is compatible with Minolta’s Program/Maxxum Flash 3600HS (D) or 5600HS (D) units as well as the latest addition to the line, the Program/Maxxum Flash 2500 (D).
www.digitalcamerawarehouse.com.au /prod637.htm   (2000 words)

  
 Korg Z1 - Specifications, pictures, prices, links, reviews and ratings
The Z1 was intended to be my "lead" synth, and I anticipate that it will do the job very well.
I can't seem to stop playing with the X-Y Pad, and I imagine that a Z1 in conjunction with a wind controller would be fairly show-stopping.
Z1 Tools KORG Prophecy/Triton to Z1 Program convertors, Z1 Program Bank management utilities, and more.
www.sonicstate.com /synth/korg_z1.cfm   (284 words)

  
 Z1 Chinese Pocketbike Review. - Pocketbike Planet
The only problem with this on the Z1 is the radiator overflow bottle gets in the way and does not allow you to turn with as much clearance as I would like.
With a competent rider I think the Z1 would be most competitive in the super production class but with it having a 50cc motor in it most race clubs you can only run it in the high horsepower open class.
For those of you who will be making it to the USMGP final in Arizona in November I will be racing the Z1 (with a few upgrades) in the Open class against some of the best riders from all over the country.
www.pocketbikeplanet.com /showthread.php?p=163915#post163915   (1534 words)

  
 Steves Digicams - Minolta DiMAGE Z1 - User Review
Although the new DiMAGE Z1 uses complex AF technology, focusing the camera couldn't be easier.
The DiMAGE Z1 and the Toshiba M700, both 10x and 3.2-megapixel.
The 2003 Minolta DiMAGE A1 and the DiMAGE Z1.
www.steves-digicams.com /2003_reviews/z1.html   (1104 words)

  
 BMW Z1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The BMW Z1 is a two-seat soft top roadster.
It uses the engine and transmission from the E30 325 mounted in a specially designed base frame or chassis, which is made from galvanised steel.
The BMW Z1 is not DOT approved except under a special Show and Display waiver.
www.bmwz1.co.uk /z1home.htm   (161 words)

  
 Creative Cow - Read Post - HDV Format   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Z1 came through all these conditions with flying colours and some of the reports on this forum of terrible artifacts and image blocking with excessive movement etc. I find alarmist and simply not true.
When shooting under the high contrast snow conditions at certain focal lengths the Z1's Zeiss lens did exhibit a very small amount of chromatic aberration at its corners, but this was very minor and I must say quite a bit less than that exhibited by the pro 2/3" lens on the front of the VariCam.
Motion blur on the Z1 I found to be very pleasing and kind of filmic in its quality.
forums.creativecow.net /cgi-bin/new_read_post.cgi?forumid=162&postid=855065   (1032 words)

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