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Synonyms for image

Synonyms for image

something that is reflected


one exactly resembling another

the character projected or given by someone to the public

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

to copy (another) slavishly

to send back or form an image of

Synonyms for image

(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world

a standard or typical example

someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)

(mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined

the general impression that something (a person or organization or product) presents to the public

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a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)

render visible, as by means of MRI

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The directorate formed a digital night vision consortium with industry in 2011 to help pioneer digital image intensification alternatives.
The technique is technically demanding and requires good image intensification as well as the ability to anatomically reduce the sacroiliac joint or sacral fracture.
Although not proposing true fusion, the Flir Systems M32-C clip-on thermal imager allows the user to integrate the ability to see through total darkness -including fog, smoke, dust and most obscurants - onto standard image intensification devices.
In less than 1.2 kg and within 185 x 130 x 75 mm that system provides day binocular with a x5 magnification and 6[degrees] field of view, a x3 image intensification channel, a four-kilometre range Class 1 rangefinder and a digital compass with a [+ or -]10 mil azimuth and [+ or -]3 mil elevation accuracy In service in many countries, including Germany, the Moskito was selected for the British Fist modern soldier programme.
These devices used image intensification technology.
Another consideration being addressed by several weapon sight manufacturers is the use of image intensification and thermal imaging technology to allow the soldier to continue shooting in low ambient light conditions, and when the battlefield is obscured by smoke and dust.
The so-called sensor-fusion technology combines image intensification, found in conventional night vision goggles, with thermal sensors, or forward-looking infrared, into a single image.
First developed by Army scientists in the 1950s, image intensification is the technology behind the helicopter pilot's ANVIS and other night vision goggles (NVGs).
This is replaced by an image intensification camera fusing both the NV and IR imagery and which is fitted into an Advanced Combat Helmet and then displayed on the soldier's monocular display.
However, image intensification requires that there be sufficient light to intensify, which makes it ineffective in an Afghan cave.
Image intensification in night vision devices is a process which takes available light from the night sky, both visible and invisible to the eye, and amplifies it to allow the user to see through the darkness via the device's eyepiece.
Their performance is now sufficiently improved to justify making them a key complementary addition to cheaper Image Intensification (I2) systems.
One of them aims to combine traditional night-vision technology, called image intensification, with thermal sensors.