The kiosk doesn't store any personal information about the person but only looks for known patterns of shape and light/dark to determine what's an eye, a nose, etc.
What does L/D stand for?
L/D stands for Light/Dark
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 59 other meanings of L/D in our Acronym Attic
- Lecithin-to-Bile-Salt (molar ratio)
- Landed Cost
- Laydays/Canceling (shipping)
- Letter of Credit
- Loud and Clear
- Labor and Delivery
- Lethal Dose
- Lift/Drag (ratio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A: Comparing different lighting options should begin with an acknowledgement of natural light--sunlight, daylight (reflected sunlight) and the light/dark cycle (our wake/sleep cycle)--as the benchmark by which we should judge the quality and value an artificial light source has on our health.
This suggests that the effect of light/dark cycle on running and responding for the opportunity to run depended upon food-anticipatory activity.
The work is a subtle light/dark comedy of individualism pitted against groupthink and scripted order, and it's difficult to know how to take it--graduation day at the ashram or the first day at a boot camp of the future, the rebellion's next promising crop of ragtags or the Empire's stormtrooper rejects.
Timed-pregnant Sprague-Dawley rats (Charles River, Raleigh, NC) were housed in breeding cages, with a 12-hr light/dark cycle and free access to food and water.
Entitled Sea of Light/Dark Land, photographer Aled R Hughes focuses on Waldo Williams (1904-71) whose greatest work was his single collection, Dail Pren (Leaves of a Tree) written in 1956.