Visualize is a video release by Def Leppard. A compilation of promo videos, interviews, and concert footage. On DVD, it is bundled with Video Archive. It won a 1993 Metal Edge Readers' Choice Award for "Best Home Video."
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... Provision was honored to license their 2nd album Visualize for release with U.S ... Visualize was released as a 2 C.D ... Picking up where Evaporate had ended, Visualize expanded on Provision's signature sound pushing the boundaries of emotion and longing, even further ...
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... The HOOPS 3D Graphics System is now part of HOOPS Visualize, a high-level 3D graphics SDK ... HOOPS Visualize is notable for its general purpose nature ... optimized for frame rate over a limited dataset, HOOPS Visualize attempts to provide a visually precise, interactive environment for a wide variety of datasets ...
... Drum – New Artist Sampler 2004 (2004) – “Visualize” A Different Drum - Convergence 10 Sampler (2004) – “Visualize” A Different Drum – State of Synthpop 2003 (2003) – “Illusion” A Different ... Dissent Remix), “Visualize (Bo City Club Mix by Rename)”, and Flood of Emotion (Cloudless Remix) A Different Drum / Section 44 / Ninthwave Records (2006 ...
More definitions of "visualize":
- (verb): For a mental picture of something that is invisible or abstract.
Example: "Mathematicians often visualize"
- (verb): View the outline of by means of an X-ray.
Example: "The radiologist can visualize the cancerous liver"
- (verb): Make visible.
Famous quotes containing the word visualize:
“... a family I know ... bought an acre in the country on which to build a house. For many years, while they lacked the money to build, they visited the site regularly and picnicked on a knoll, the sites most attractive feature. They liked so much to visualize themselves as always there, that when they finally built they put the house on the knoll. But then the knoll was gone. Somehow they had not realized they would destroy it and lose it by supplanting it with themselves.”
—Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)
please do not think
that I visualize guitars playing
or my father arching his bone.
I do not even expect my mothers mouth.
I know that I have died before....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)