CUBIT

CUBIT is an open source multi-touch system designed by Stefan Hechenberger and Addie Wagenknecht for Nortd Labs. It was developed to `demystify multitouch` technology through making its software and hardware open source and is a direct competitor of Microsoft Surface. == Purchasing == As of May 2, 2008 they are accepting orders for developer kit.....
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Cubit

The cubit is an ancient unit of length based on the length of the forearm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. Cubits of various lengths were employed in many parts of the world in antiquity, during the Middle Ages and as recently as Early Modern Times. The term is still used in hedge laying, the length of the forearm being frequently u...
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Cubit

• (n.) The forearm; the ulna, a bone of the arm extending from elbow to wrist. • (n.) A measure of length, being the distance from the elbow to the extremity of the middle finger.
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Cubit

20.6 inches (about 52.3 centimeters).
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cubit

noun an ancient unit of length based on the length of the forearm
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Cubit

Cu'bit (kū'bĭt) noun [ Latin cubitum , cubitus ; elbow, ell, cubit, from (because the elbow serves for leaning upon) cubare to lie down, recline; confer Greek ky`biton elbow, ky`ptein to bend, stoop, kyfo`s bent, stooping, humpbacked....
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cubit

A measure of length used in the ancient world. It is approximately equal to the length of a person's forearm, i.e. the part of the arm from the elbow to the fingers. The Romans used a cubit equal to 17.4 modern inches; the Egyptians used one of 20.64 inches.
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cubit

cubit 1. A historic unit of distance frequently mentioned in the Bible and other ancient sources. 2. Etymology: from Latin cubitum, 'the elbow'; related to cubare, 'to lie down, be lying'; that is, 'on which someone lies in a reclining position. An ancient unit of measure based on the forearm from elbow to fingertip, usually from eighteen to twen...
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Cubit

Lengths: 2 spans, 28 digits. Elbow to middle finger tip. Approx 18 inches.
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Cubit

The cubit was a Hebrew, Roman and English unit of measurement based upon the length of a man's forearm. The English cubit was reckoned at 18 inches, the Hebrew 22 inches and the Roman 17.5 inches.
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Cubit

Unit of length equal to 0.4572m.ttle='Length';xiunt='cubit';yiunt='m';mconv=2.1872265966754156;cconv=0.0; See also: Length, Metre, SI Units.
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cubit

unit of linear measure used by many ancient and medieval peoples. It may have originated in Egypt about 3000 ; it thereafter became ubiquitous in the ... [3 related articles]
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cubit

[n] - an ancient unit of length based on the length of the forearm
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