imagery : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the ability to form mental images of things or events
- Too upset to perform guided imagery on herself, she relied on prayers and vicarious healing imagery from friends and colleagues.
- An unthinking fascination with the icons and imagery of the Third Reich is a small but troubling trend in South Korea, a country that suffered enormously under .
- Computers don't handle visual imagery with the same native ease with which they parse text or crunch numbers.
News & Articles
- Battling Against Aerial Imagery for Code Enforcement and other Government GIS News
Homer Township [IL] officials this week voted to send a letter to the Will County Board in support of a resolution banning the use of aerial photos of private property for code enforcement. Those against the use of imagery, used and taken without the property owner's permission,... Continue reading
June 14, 2013 - All Points Blog
- Report: Sudan, South Sudan keep troops near border
A new report based on satellite imagery says Sudan and South Sudan are keeping troops in at least 14 locations within their contested border zone in violation of security agreements.
June 14, 2013 - Fox News
- Bing releases a whopping 270TB of Bird’s Eye imagery to Maps
Bing has brought a massive 270TB of Bird's Eye imagery data to its maps in a large scale update. Hawaii, Italy, and Norway see notable updates, and developers have added more content to their Venue Maps section.
June 12, 2013 - Digital Trends
- Bill Gates in Tech2
The WorldWide Telescope is a powerful tool for science and education that makes it possible for everyone to explore the universe,said Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft. "By combining terabytes of incredible imagery and data with...
- Michael Fincke in San Francisco Chronicle
You look, as far as we can tell, clean and dry from the top,Fincke called out. "And mighty spectacular imagery we got as you flew over the mouth of the Amazon River."