visual capture

visual capture

[‚vizh·ə·wəl ′kap·chər]
(psychology)
In perception, the dominance of vision over other sense modalities, such that what is felt or heard conforms to what is seen.
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The acquired firm's products are used by broadcasters, businesses and web channels for live electronic news gathering, real-time monitoring and recording, aerial visual capture and webcasting.
The acquired firma[euro](tm)s products are used by broadcasters, businesses and web channels for live electronic news gathering, real-time monitoring and recording, aerial visual capture and webcasting.
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Teradek's products are used by broadcasters, businesses and web channels for live electronic news gathering, real-time monitoring and recording, aerial visual capture and webcasting.
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