has("fader");** Sheikh Mohammed also watched the 'The Story of a Fort, Legacy of a Nation' show by Franco Dragone, a leading international art director, that showcased a performance of dancers, acrobats and gymnasts including several Emirati performers who turned written history into visual reality.
What does VR stand for?
VR stands for Visual Reality
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Slang/chat, popular culture
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Virtual Radiography
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- Virtual Recorder
- Virtual Repository
- Virtual Router
- Visa Revocation (US immigration)
- Visit Request
- Visiting Researcher
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Finally, aACAyThe Story of a Fort, Legacy of a Nation' by Dragone, will showcase a 70-member show of dancers, acrobats and gymnasts including several Emirati performers who will turn written history into a visual reality.
Vision provides only raw data; the brain's innate Photoshop software constructs a visual reality that depends on how the brain has learned to comprehend what it sees.
The idea was to see if a new visual reality could be invented as happened with Bauhaus.
Serving as an apt analogue for Nashashibi's practice, the piece stages representation as a performative act of becoming--an act that, as it deliberately frames and thereby constructs visual reality, is never presumed to be innocent.
Fujitsu's commitment and strength in both multimedia and state of the art low-power high-performance advanced process technology is an excellent match with Vivante's focus on delivering mobile visual reality to customers with a very limited power budget," said Wei-Jin Dai, chief executive officer, Vivante Corporation.