gestalt vision

gestalt vision

[gə¦shtält ‚vizh·ən]
(physiology)
The visual perception and retention in the memory of an object in terms of its geometric shape.
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Going to more of a gestalt vision approach, the Qualcomm Vision Intelligence Platform (Figure 2) is a family of SoCs for the development of smart devices for the IoT, from the home to the street to the factory floor.
The gestalt vision is of a poetry thickly enmeshed in a planetary techno-optimism, defined largely by the spaces and icons of a new culture industry, and by accelerated routes of transportation and communication (the age of wireless appears as the proprietary stamp "T.S.F." ["Transmission sans fil," "Wireless transmission"] all over the book).
finds Augustine's "theocentric" doctrine of love both "coherent and tantalizing," a "gestalt vision of love-as-a-whole-in-coordination-with-its-parts" (59).