We are making the invisible visible," said William Griswold, a computer science professor at the Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego and the lead investigator on the project.
What does MTIV stand for?
MTIV stands for Making the Invisible Visible (book)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Business, finance, etc.
- Maintenance Task Information System
- Material Turned Into Store
- Meritor Tire Inflation System (system to regulate air pressure on truck tires)
- Micro Test Item Stimulator
- Missile Instrumentation System
- Mission Test Imaging System
- Maximum Tolerated Infusion Time (cancer treatment)
- Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Palestine)
- MTech (Master of Technology) Information Technology (Andhra University; India)
- Multi-Token Inter-Arrival Time
- Mag Tape Input Window
- Military Transitional Issues Working Group
- MetroTix, Inc. (Saint Louis, MO, USA)
- Moving Target Indicator Exploitation
- Moving Target Information Exploitation
- Magnetic Tunnel Junction
- Maximum Tolerable Jitter
- Missourians for Tax Justice
- Mobile Tools for Java (Eclipse DSDP Project)
- Montrose, CO, USA - Montrose County Airport (Airport Code)
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The topics include a cultural political economy of competitiveness and its implications for higher education, the limits of human capital theory, professions as knowledge cultures, improving work processes by making the invisible visible, and working and learning in the knowledge-based creative and cultural sector.
2) New York - A New Yorker views ''Pikadon,'' a collaborative piece by Seitaro Kuroda and Hironobu Yamabe capturing 98 impressions of the mushroom cloud as part of an exhibit in New York called, ''Atomica: Making the Invisible Visible.
The public theater released violent, even tabooed language, which is an expression of the actor's freedom (Michael Goldman's phrase), a commitment to theatrical illusion and to making the invisible visible on stage.
It is illusion without props, it is imaginary morphing, and special effects so special that they take place in the mind of the onlooker, making the invisible visible, creating an intangible world in which a silently expressive man bares his soul, makes us laugh, and makes us cry.