American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Music Larger by a semitone than the corresponding major or perfect interval.
- adj. increased in number, amount or strength.
- adj. music increased by a semitone.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of augment.
- adj. added to or made greater in amount or number or strength
“An _augmented triad_ has a major third and an augmented fifth,”
“Right now most people have never heard about the term augmented reality.”
“iStock It is a safe bet that fewer people have heard the term "augmented reality" than have seen it in action.”
“We did have engine crews, strike teams in place, what we call augmented staffing.”
“Brown says: Mixed Reality labs specializes in augmented reality.”
“O'BRIEN: Tobias Hollerer is demonstrating something he calls augmented reality -- three-dimensional graphics inserted into the real world using computers that you wear.”
“The Hermitage!" cried Helen, in augmented horror.”
“Augmented reality has become simple, and is now poised to enter the mainstream in the consumer sector. overview The expression augmented reality (AR) is credited Augmented reality applications can either be marker - to former Boeing researcher Tom Caudell, who based, which means that the camera must perceive is believed to have coined the term in 1990.”
““Our role is to come up with some of the applications for the technology,” Dr. Tan said, applications that are part of a research field he called augmented reality: the combining of digital and physical worlds, in which virtual information is layered onto a person’s view of the real world.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘augmented’.
With focus on non-classical styles, but not excluding terms of the latter.
an overlapping of manuscripts.
Mind or Mind Altering
( _mark, personal list, randomness )
Comparing images, cut-up, and mixing meaning.
Looking for tweets for augmented.