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Vision can refer to:

  • Visual perception is one of the senses.
  • vision (religion)
  • "Vision" can mean an imagined picturing originating with not-so-divine sources: politicians, business planners and change gurus play on this sense of the word.
  • A company vision may express a corporate long-term goal - not to be confused with a mission statement (extending the religious metaphor).
  • Vision is BeOS's leading IRC client.
  • A Shared Vision is a way of reaching consensus about where a group of individuals wants to be at some future time. Facilitation skills can be helpful for achieving consensus.

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Visualization (graphic) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (488 words)
Visualization today has ever-expanding applications in science, engineering Product visualization, all forms of education, interactive multimedia, medicine etc. Typical of most applications of visualization these days is the extensive use of computer graphics.
Knowledge visualization - "the use of visual representations to transfer knowledge between at least two persons" (Burkhard and Meier, 2004), aims to improve the transfer of knowledge by using computer and non-computerbased visualization methods complementary.
Visual communication is the communication of ideas through the visual display of information.
Visualization - definition of Visualization in Encyclopedia (149 words)
Visualization as in any technique for creating images, diagrams, or animations to communicate any message.
The technique of Visualization in alternative medicine that consists of creating a mental image of a desired outcome, and repeatedly playing that image in the mind.
A technique of relaxation, whereby images that invoke a relaxed state are visualized such a brook, pond, waterfall, one's baby, etc..
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