Visual point


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the point at which the visual rays unite; the position of the eye.

See also: Visual

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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You compare it to ice skating or dancing, when you need to "locate a stable visual point that momentarily anchors your perceptions on each whirl around and keeps you from falling." Can you recommend some ways for those entering activism for the first time to find their fixed point?
The exact details of the refurbishment are not known, but it is expected that from a visual point of view, very little will be different.
From the visual point of naming, users will be able to look at their smartphones and see the numbers next to the Wi-Fi icon, and be able to confirm if it is Wi-Fi 4 or Wi-Fi 5, or Wi-Fi 6, helping to simplify the protocols being used.
From a visual point of view the wardrobe followed the same vein as the script, it was authentic and didn't eclipse the story at all.
Planning officer Tessa McGee told the committee that the new development was considered 'acceptable' from a visual point of view.
"Other times if I see a collection, such as the air ambulance, I'll stand with them for a visual point."
Passwords are entered using head movements and confirmed by customers staring at a visual point for more than 1.5 seconds.
In this case, the segment positioned was fitted to bisect the pupil to help reduce the amount of differential prism at the near visual point.
RockSmart accomplishes two goals when it comes to patient care: it provides a positive visual point of interest and a safe and soothing rocking experience.