autoscopy


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autoscopy

(ɔːˈtɒskəpɪ)
n
the experience of hallucination in which one sees oneself from outside one's own body
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Using multimedia, presenting driving tasks, using video, using image analysis on the performance of their own movements (autoscopy), can help to achieve a better feed-back, better awareness of the game load, and a clearer representation of the movement to be acquired, to the increase of motivation, which in the end can lead to the optimization of the learning of the technical procedures.
Out of body experience and autoscopy of neurological origin.
Bishop R (2011) Project 'transparent earth' and the autoscopy of aerial targeting: The visual geopolitics of the underground.
Autoscopy means seeing own self, derived from the Greek words "autos" (self) and "skopeo" (looking at) [1].
Seeck, "Out-of-body experience and autoscopy of neurological origin," Brain, vol.
"Or if, in the last one (Nuit de decembre) we can speak about a phenomenon of autoscopy (the poet sees a stranger, dressed in black, who resembles him as if he were his brother) and in Poe's case we refer to twins, in the case of Maupassant's pieces there is neither possibility: the apparition in the story Lui?
Others--such as one laboriously entitled "Project Transparent Earth and the Autoscopy of Aerial Targeting: The Visual Geopolitics of the Underground"--contain some nuggets but only if one perseveres long enough to discover them.
The software, known as Autoscopy, is currently set up for power-grid-embedded computers, but could feasibly be used alongside the Tulsa team's hyperspeed algorithm, according toNew Scientist.
Her ability to perform autoscopy enabled Seiler to examine the function of her vocal folds in register adjustment.
Mike Tyler's digital performance of Holoman deals with a psychotic condition called autoscopy, which is an extreme form of depersonalisation where the subject's ego is no longer centred in its own body (Bleeker 2008, p.