4) The novel privileges the ear over the eye--verbal potential over ocular limits--in evoking sympathy from strangers, including the reader's nonvisual
identification with the character being developed throughout the story.
Relying on visual input does not allow robots to learn or reason about nonvisual
object properties (weight, texture).
It is possible that opsins expressed in the CG confer light sensitivity for nonvisual
This includes full inbox support for NonVisual
Desktop Access (NVDA) and VoiceOver screen readers.
It is, in many ways, a consequence of language itself that Marston's poetry invokes sight in both visual and nonvisual
terms, as in his poem "Dead Love.
They also emphasized the need for a nonvisual
interface that passengers could use to communicate with the car.
By contrast, individuals tend to perceive greater social distance and stand by their opinions when nonvisual
information is displayed.
SOTS is seeking a firm capable of providing a turn-key ballot marking device that will provide accessibility to the voting process for individuals with disabilities, including nonvisual
accessibility for the blind and visually impaired, in a manner that provides the same opportunity for access and participation, including privacy and independence, as for other voters in each of the 734 polling places in the State of Connecticut ( State ).
However, it is also possible that these effects are a result of the nonvisual
impacts of turbidity (i.
Traumatic brain injury often produces largely unrecognized visual and nonvisual
retinal signal processing dysfunctions.
The unconscious peripheral nonvisual
retinal inputs that are elaborated in subcortical structures account for a significant amount of the total peripheral retinal fibres.
At home, his leisure time includes surfing the Internet using the NonVisual
Desktop Access software that "reads out'' the text on the screen.