visual cue

visual cue

Visual contact with objects outside the vehicle, especially the earth. Visual cues provide information that helps a pilot to remain oriented. In the absence of visual cues, a pilot must rely totally on instruments.
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Research has shown that visual cues on a walking surface can make a considerable difference in overcoming FOG and the team at Walk With Path had the idea to develop a wearable device that would provide this vital visual cue.
Even two Korean participants who reported that they had very limited online experience (and who said that they didn't recognize the visual cue of hyperlinks in Table 2) clicked on the Korean hyperlink that said the name of the survey in web page 1.
Similar to this recent study, we studied the U-Step rolling walker (In-Step Mobility Products, Inc; Skokie, Illinois), which also uses a laser light beam activated by the patient as a visual cue to break FOG in patients who have FOG in both the on- and off-medication states.
"The floor manager has to give me a visual cue, a hand signal, and it is just something that I have learned to live with.
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The system itself is a visual cue. It is large enough to be noticed by the user, but not so large as to clutter a countertop or bureau.
Along with enhanced visibility, lights offer a visual cue of fan operation and provide an attractive appearance.
This tip may sound silly, but using a visual cue will give you something to focus on and will serve as a positive mental companion in your quest for the body you desire.
Other studies have investigated possible multisensory integration effects by comparing situations in which 3-D auditory cues were presented in isolation or accompanied by a visual cue (Flanagan, McAnally, Martin, Meehan, & Oldfield, 1998: Bronkhorst et al., 1996).
Multiple regression analysis using an adherence score of 75% as the dependent variable showed that the negative emotional response to the visual cue, the negative interpretation of it, and the presence of moderate somatoform symptoms correlated with lower adherence.