Associations to the word «Visual»
VISUAL, adjective. Related to or affecting the vision.
VISUAL, adjective. (obsolete) That can be seen; visible.
VISUAL, noun. Any element of something that depends on sight.
VISUAL, noun. An image; a picture; a graphic.
VISUAL, noun. (in the plural) All the visual elements of a multi-media presentation or entertainment, usually in contrast with normal text or audio.
VISUAL, noun. (advertising) A preliminary sketch.
VISUAL ACUITY, noun. The sharpness of vision or sight.
VISUAL ACUITY, noun. Strength of vision expressed on some definite scale.
VISUAL ANGLE, noun. The angle formed by two rays of light, or two straight lines drawn from the extreme points of an object to the center of the eye.
VISUAL ANGLES, noun. Plural of visual angle
VISUAL ART, noun. An art form intended to be appreciated or perceived primarily by sight, such as painting, photography, printmaking, and filmmaking.
VISUAL ARTIST, noun. An artist who works in the visual arts.
VISUAL ARTS, noun. Plural of visual art
VISUAL ARTS, noun. Art forms that are primarily visual in nature, such as painting, photography, printmaking, and filmmaking.
VISUAL AXIS, noun. The optical axis of an eye (extending from the viewed object through the centre of the pupil to the yellow spot of the retina)
VISUAL BASIC, proper noun. A programming language developed by Microsoft, broadly descended from BASIC and Pascal, in which all programs have a graphical user interface.
VISUAL BINARIES, noun. Plural of visual binary
VISUAL BINARY, noun. (star) A binary star whose components can be visually resolved.
VISUAL CALL SIGN, noun. (military) A call sign provided primarily for visual signaling.
VISUAL CALL SIGNS, noun. Plural of visual call sign
VISUAL CONNECTEDNESS, noun. (advertising) a form of research analysis used to determine how well the images in a commercial flow in the mind of the viewer.
VISUAL DIARY, noun. A sketchbook.
VISUAL DISPLAY UNIT, noun. A computer display, consisting of a screen (or monitor) and keyboard connected to a computer.
VISUAL DISPLAY UNITS, noun. Plural of visual display unit
VISUAL KEI, noun. A Japanese music movement which emerged in the 1980s, characterized by eccentric, flamboyant looks and sometimes an androgynous appearance.
VISUAL NOVEL, noun. A Japanese interactive fiction video game which consists primarily of narration illustrated by anime-style images.
VISUAL NOVELS, noun. Plural of visual novel
VISUAL POEM, noun. A poem written in such a way that the lines form a pattern, usually related to the subject-matter of the poem.
VISUAL PRESENTER, noun. A document camera.
VISUAL PROXIMITY, noun. The spatial relationship between design elements (objects, images or text) in a visual medium.
VISUAL PURPLE, noun. The pigment rhodopsin.
VISUAL SNOW, noun. (medical) A condition in which a person sees television-like static or noise in their field of vision, especially when against a dark background
VISUAL WHITE, noun. The final product in the action of light on visual purple. It is reconverted into visual purple by the regenerating action of the choroidal epithelium.
VISUAL YELLOW, noun. A product intermediate between visual purple and visual white, formed by the photochemical action of light on visual purple.
VISUAL, adjective. Relating to or using sight; "ocular inspection"; "an optical illusion"; "visual powers"; "visual navigation".
VISUAL, adjective. Visible; "be sure of it; give me the ocular proof"- Shakespeare; "a visual presentation"; "a visual image".
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