from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of visualizing, or something visualized.
- n. The visual representation of data.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- The act, process, or result of visualizing; the state of being visualized, as an optical image. Also spelled visualisation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a mental image that is similar to a visual perception
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This step, he said, would be unnecessary were the LL servers already open sourced. debate on Arch, Illuminous does not like the term visualization for the work he does in Second Life.
And by the way, even though we’re using the term visualization here, don’t forget to create a compelling sound track.
My strongest "visualization" is a combination of touch and kinesthesia/other internal feelings.
First of all, the English word "visualization" does not convey the full meaning of the Sanskrit or Tibetan term, since it connotes working only with the visual sphere.
Data visualization is nothing new, and sometimes it produces works that are breathtaking and cross over into art.
Positive visualization is a proven ingredient of a successful outcome.
In case you thought this could actually help you find your phone, the only information you actually take away from this sort of visualization is signal strength, which determines how close to the center the icons are.
I spent a minute or two contemplating various algorithms one could use before realizing Mathematica already has a built-in visualization function that could do most of the work for me: ListContourPlot.
This visualization is DigitalSpace's design concept for the mission, produced by DigitalSpace as an independent effort for the benefit of an internal NASA feasibility study completed in 2007.
Because visualization is probably the most powerful tool we possess for understanding the things around us.
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