Measuring instruments

The Lad is a 3D digital instrument designed to measure the thickness of a person’s face.

The instrument uses three dimensional data from a camera and a microphone to create a 3d image.

It measures the thickness at the outer edges of the nose, mouth, cheeks, and chin.

This information is then fed into an algorithm that is able to generate a 3 dimensional model of the face.

This model can be used to identify a person based on the amount of fat or fat-free skin around the face, as well as the length of the neck, nose, and mouth.

The Lad was created by Dr. Robert T. Meyers, a professor of medical engineering at Northwestern University.

He designed the instrument because he wanted to use it to measure body fat distribution.

He said that he and his wife, Julie, had a difficult time finding a 3-D digital imaging instrument that would work for them, and that the Lad was the result of their own research.

In the United States, there are currently only two 3-dimensional imaging instruments: the X-ray spectrometer for X-rays and the MRIS for MRIs.

The X-Ray spectrometers used in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada are all quite bulky and are expensive to purchase.

Dr. Meys instrument, however, is designed for low cost, high quality measurements, and the resulting images are very good.

The LAD was built with a custom designed CAD file that is based on a CAD model of an actual human face.

When the user is done measuring their face, the LAD will automatically record a 3rd dimension (i.e., a 3:2:1) image of the person, which will allow a user to determine their height and weight.

Dr Meyers said that the Lads accuracy is 99.6 percent, which means that he is able in a few minutes to determine a persons height and that his measurements are accurate for up to 30 minutes.

DrMeyers website: A 3D measurement instrument has been used to measure humans for thousands of years, and Dr. Thomas Meyers has built a tool that can do this job even better.

The new Lads measurements are so precise, that they can be made on a single day.

In addition, Dr Meys device is designed to work in the field and not require a lab.

Dr Thomas Meys explained that it was important for him to use a 3 dimension instrument in order to provide accurate measurements and also to measure skin types and sizes, so that we could be more confident about our findings.

“We wanted to make sure that we were measuring the right skin type and not getting a measurement that was incorrect,” Dr Thomas said.

He added that the instrument also helps to measure hair density and can be adapted to measuring any other body part.

He also pointed out that the measurements are made on an iPhone 5S smartphone.

The 3D measurements are only used to make inferences about the thickness and shape of a human body, not the actual size of a body.

The images that are generated by the Ladders 3D camera are extremely accurate.

“The images are not just a flat 3D image of a face,” Dr Meyer said.

“They’re actually very close to the actual face.”

Dr Meers measurements are the first to be published in a scientific journal.

He noted that the results of the LADS have already been used by other medical researchers and that he hopes to make his measurements available in other medical journals and to researchers in other fields in the future.

DrThomas Meyers and his team of graduate students, students, and postdoctoral fellows are continuing to develop the Lairs measurements, so it will be a while before they are published.