from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. one whose prevailing mental imagery is visual


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  • In geography lessons I use an AVerMedia visualiser, which is a camera used similarly to an overhead projector, allowing me to show diagrams on the whiteboard.

    Bett 2011 | ICT – what works in class?

  • Geo Stelar, the protagonist of the game, can see these wave roads through usage of his unique "visualiser" tool.


  • His audio-visualiser game hybrid was to be the top seller on Steam that month, even out-selling Valve's own recently released titles.

    Three Month Giant Gonzo S/Mashup

  • You can also use the ‘f’ key to “freeze” the visualiser on a frame/image and then it rotates randomly around the particles on the screen.

    iTunes 8 Visualizer’s Undocumented Keyboard Controls | Lifehacker Australia

  • Une extension Flock/Firefox qui permet de visualiser les informations présentes dans une page sous forme de microformats.

    Try Tails! — Climb to the Stars

  • You can do something similar over at amaztype - an Amazon visualiser.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Taggs Rule!

  • D'habitude, je ne saute pas dans le train, mais celui-ci a l'intéret (a) d'être créé afin d'en tirer quelque enseignement et (b) de nous permettre de visualiser immédiatement le "chemin de blogs" parcouru.

    2004 August — Climb to the Stars

  • Accent Software a un produit appelé "Internet avec accents" qui prétend être capable de visualiser plus de trente codages différents.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • Quelques mois plus tard, je décidai de créer les sections finales de nouveaux signets afin de visualiser des adresses qui sinon étaient fondues dans les catégories.

    Entretiens / Interviews / Entrevistas

  • If the word be 'England' the white and black marks on the paper will, if the experimenter is a 'visualiser,' produce at once a picture of some kind accompanied by a vague and half conscious emotional reaction of affection, perhaps, or anxiety, or the remembrance of puzzled thought.

    Human Nature in Politics Third Edition


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