Formation in the mind of the image of an abstract concept. Visualisation derives, in this context, from the graphic representation of variables associated to the concept that one wants to follow. For instance, a plot of the fever vs. time allows us to visualize the evolution of the illness. Fever (temperature) and time are the variables. Illness is the concept.
The practice of imagining a place, person, thing, or event with unusual clarity and intensity. Often it is done in a ritual context and reinforced by repetition.
Concentrating or imagining something very strongly as a visual image. The act of visualising.
Mental imagery that emphasises the visual component of imagery.
a mental image that is similar to a visual perception
The ability to created a picture in our mind's eye what we see, have seen or want to create in our mind to see and to use these images in thinking. Some people under use these areas of skills and this can effect their ability to match images with those held in memory causing problems in decoding skills. Others have problems in matching recalled images with sounds affecting encoding skills. Visualisation skills are important in spelling.
Products within endoscopy comprising digital cameras, light sources, monitors, scopes, image capture, central control and multimedia broadcasting systems for use in endoscopic surgery with visualisation.
A way of becoming relaxed, involving putting an image into your mind and altering it as you wish.
A way of becoming relaxed, involving seeing an image in your mind and altering it as you wish.