gaze


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stare

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to look intently and fixedly

an intent fixed look

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a long fixed look

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look at with fixed eyes

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4) The voyeuristic gaze, the audience, and the exaggeration of otherness reinforce the relationship between films and carnivals, sites of entertainment traditionally marketed as educational venues: "The social origins of the cinema were schizophrenic, traceable both to the 'high' culture of science and literature and to the 'low' culture of sideshows and nickelodeons" (Shohat and Stare 105).
A second scenario demonstrates eye tracking assisted interaction and live gaze feedback in a control room task.
Gaze commands could also be sent over the internet to control the arm remotely, allowing immobile patients to perform tasks from their beds.
Other primates, such as the African great apes, also track the gaze direction of others, yet their sclera are pigmented or, if white, not visible.
23 per cent of shares in Latvijas Gaze might amount to 600 million euros ($827,6 million).
com)-- Visual Interaction, provider of easy to use and affordable gaze tracking and gaze based interaction solutions (www.
An Intercultural Approach to the Gaze in Karan Johar's Films
Lenz presented in Rama: Gaze in My Direction is recommended for any who want greater insights into his life and Buddhist belief in general.
Opening with the medical gaze in the ancient Greeks, Wegenstein traces how connections were drawn in philosophical and medical texts between inner and outer beauty, or physical and moral beauty.
The Gaze Framework" is now more broadly used by media theorists to "refer both to the ways in which readers/viewers look at images of people in any visual medium and to the gazes of those depicted in visual texts" (see David Chandler's "Notes on the Gaze," available http://www.
Squadron leader Tony Gaze was a trusted colleague of the Battle of Britain hero and a highly regarded Spitfire pilot - being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross three times in 485 missions.
BEING RAISED by a blind parent does not prevent sighted babies from developing typical gaze processing and other social-communication skills, according to researchers.
Positioned at the junction of two of today's inescapable realities--media saturation and diversity in our society--Augie Fleras' new book, The Media Gaze, explores the representation of diversities and difference in Canadian media.
STOCKHOLM -- Tobii Technology , the global leader in eye tracking and gaze interaction, will showcase a new world of human-computer interaction and gaming transpiring through its award-winning Tobii REX peripheral eye-tracking device at CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, March 5 to 9.
The Media Gaze effectively shatters the assumption that Canada, in all its political correctness, is a cultural mosaic free of discrimination and prejudice.