electric eye

NOUN
  1. a transducer used to detect and measure light and other radiations
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  • His other inventions included a form of the electric eye and his infrared image tube led to the sniperscope and the snooperscope.
  • An electric eye can sense.
  • It adopts exceeded luminosity lamp-house, electric eye sensor, slot transfer machine, LCD, keystroke, minitype.
  • During his master's work he built a small robot with whiskers and photoelectric eyes controlled by a minicomputer, and wrote a thesis on a computer language for artificial intelligence.
  • The photo-transistor is a member of the transistor family behaving like a photo-electric cell, or maybe to you, an electric eye. Telephony—A New Era in the Making
  • In fact, in some cases when the power goes out in San Salvador, which is quite frequently, they can't leave their house because their doors are opened and shut through electric eyes, so literally they're prisoners in their own houses. Children of Cain: Violence and the Violent in Latin America
  • It adopts exceeded luminosity lamp-house, electric eye sensor, slot transfer machine, LCD, keystroke, minitype.
  • Most of today's bowlers take the electric eye or computerized foul detectors for granted.
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