- adj. Not visual.
- adj. not resulting in vision
- non- + visual (Wiktionary)
“The technology, called nonvisual interfaces, will guide its driver through traffic by transmitting information about nearby vehicles or objects.”
“Listening and perhaps asking questions are the primary ways of experiencing the work, which one admirer has characterized as "nonvisual abstraction.”
“The technology, called nonvisual interfaces, uses sensors to let a blind driver maneuver a car based on information transmitted to him about his surroundings: whether another car or object is nearby, in front of him or in a neighboring lane.”
“These 'nonvisual' light responses have been suggested to be predominantly mediated by the novel photopigment melanopsin Pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) belongs to the vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP)/glucagons/secretin family and plays pleiotropic roles as a neurotransmitter, neuromodulator and neurotrophic factor”
“The technology, called "nonvisual interfaces," uses sensors to let a blind driver maneuver a car based on information transmitted to him about his surroundings: whether another car or object is nearby, in front of him or in a neighboring lane.”
“The latest vehicle will use nonvisual interfaces to help a blind driver operate the car.”
“He fears the blind won't fully develop the nonvisual survival skills they need to function in the world.”
“Bryan Bashin, chief executive of San Francisco LightHouse, says the system could prevent blind people from learning basic, nonvisual survival skills.”
“There are many other examples of counterfeits, replicas, and simulations in the realm of visual as well as nonvisual communications.”
“By nature, I am a highly verbal, nonvisual person.”
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