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pose

Art a physical attitude, esp one deliberately adopted for or represented by an artist or photographer

POSE

(language)
A query language written in 1967.

["POSE: A Language for Posing Problems to Computers", S. Schlesinger et al, CACM 10:279-285, May 1967].
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Breathe deeply and stay in this pose for up to three minutes.
This pose stretches the back torso and neck, and provides a gentle massage to the spine and belly organ.
The Warrior 1 pose has many benefits, including strengthening the legs, stretching the arms and legs, and developing concentration.
This paper presents estimation of head pose angles from a single 2D face image using a 3D face model morphed from a reference face model.
Calm includes information on meditation and mindfulness, as well as yoga poses that help relieve stress.
Felstead has done an excellent job of designing these, making it very clear how to execute the essential poses and pose sequences for certain injuries, target conditioning (specific weak or tight areas), or longer-term rehabilitation.
She describes poses that can help reduce symptoms of these conditions and promote overall breast health.
And the client would say, 'OK, today is sexy pose or today is natural.
com Studio, available for iPad and iPhone, contains 45 preset programs as well as 3-D muscle images, which show which muscle groups are working in each pose.
As a superb visiting instructor told one class, life challenges us to make honorable choices, and every yoga pose is an opportunity to act with personal integrity.
Project lead Kyle Rector, a UW doctoral student in computer science and engineering wrote programming code that instructs the Kinect to read a user's body angles, then gives verbal feedback on how to adjust his or her arms, legs, neck or back to complete the pose.
Master Posing Guide for Portrait Photographers: A Complete Guide to Posing Singles, Couples, and Groups teaches how to build a relationship with a subject for optimum posing, how to get the pose without stress, and how to avoid common mistakes and cover common appearance issues.