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Guiding the Eye

Author : Lode Vermeersch
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This book addresses the link between visual literacy - people's ability to interpret and skillfully use images - and art museums. Art museums invite you to look at objects in different ways. They stimulate your visual curiosity, give you visual satisfaction, and allow the visual to merge with other sensory experiences. All of this makes art museums potentially the ideal learning environments for acquiring visual literacy skills. But how should an art museum stimulate visual literacy in practice? How can it actually become such an ideal learning place? How can it spark visitors' visual literacy and increase their knowledge about it? In this book a wide range of authors from different parts of the world offer their answers. As researchers, curators and educators they provide crucial theoretical insights and reflect on real-life examples.

The Guiding Eye

Author : Albert Carman
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Through a Guide s Eye

Author : James Docky Smith
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It is hoped that the reader will enjoy comparing his own skills and experiences with those described within. He will be at liberty to pick out any of the many covered topics at will, at one time or another, not having to read from beginning to the end at one time. Topics coveredin a pleasantly casual style, as though you are out there yourselfrange from all bonefish things material to actual fishing events and to the fishing industry's abstracts (for example, the environments fishing regulation). Additional amusement may be found in some of the author's stories about earlier island lifehis own and that of two family generations back in time.

His Guiding Hands

Author : Geneva Peart
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My book is about inspirational poems given to me by God during periods of prayer, meditation, and dreams. These words are inspiring messages that can help heal the mind, and soul. The inspiration to write this book is to release what God has placed on my heart. Some of the poems in this book are to inspire, encourage, and bless others spirit. Words of wisdom can also be found in the pages of this book, for the broken hearted the sick, and those who have endured tumultuous times. Loosing my mother, brother, and son-in-law who have touched my life in many different ways is also a part of the inspiration behind this book. These people always told me that these words were an inspiration to them, and should be shared with others. Blessing others heart through Christ is what this book will do.

How to Pass Exams

Author : Dominic O'Brien
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Everything you need to know to improve your memory and increase your chances of passing that exam with flying colours! Dominic O'Brien, eight-times World Memory Champion, outlines in simple language the steps you can take to increase your memory skills for all exam situations. How to Pass Exams also includes useful advice on revision, speed-reading, note-taking and mind mapping, as well as special features on specific subjects from history to modern languages. In this practical and accessible guide, a living memory legend shares with you the secret of his amazing talents and offers you the key to success in your studies.

The Guiding Symptoms of Our Materia Medica

Author : Constantine Hering
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The New Amateur Astronomer

Author : Martin Mobberley
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Amateur astronomy has changed beyond recognition in less than two decades. The reason is, of course, technology. Affordable high-quality telescopes, computer-controlled 'go to' mountings, autoguiders, CCD cameras, video, and (as always) computers and the Internet, are just a few of the advances that have revolutionized astronomy for the twenty-first century. Martin Mobberley first looks at the basics before going into an in-depth study of what’s available commercially. He then moves on to the revolutionary possibilities that are open to amateurs, from imaging, through spectroscopy and photometry, to patrolling for near-earth objects - the search for comets and asteroids that may come close to, or even hit, the earth. The New Amateur Astronomer is a road map of the new astronomy, equally suitable for newcomers who want an introduction, or old hands who need to keep abreast of innovations. From the reviews: "This is one of several dozen books in Patrick Moore's "Practical Astronomy" series. Amid this large family, Mobberley finds his niche: the beginning high-tech amateur. The book's first half discusses equipment: computer-driven telescopes, CCD cameras, imaging processing software, etc. This market is changing every bit as rapidly as the computer world, so these details will be current for only a year or two. The rest of the book offers an overview of scientific projects that serious amateurs are carrying out these days. Throughout, basic formulas and technical terms are provided as needed, without formal derivations. An appendix with useful references and Web sites is also included. Readers will need more than this book if they are considering a plunge into high-tech amateur astronomy, but it certainly will whet their appetites. Mobberley's most valuable advice will save the book's owner many times its cover price: buy a quality telescope from a reputable dealer and install it in a simple shelter so it can be used with as little set-up time as possible. A poor purchase choice and the hassle of setting up are why most fancy telescopes gather dust in their owners' dens. Summing Up: Highly recommended. General readers; lower- and upper-division undergraduates."( T. D. Oswalt, CHOICE, March 2005)

Color

Author : Jerod Foster
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Color is powerful. It impacts our senses, pushes our emotions, and plays an essential role in creating an effective photograph. In this beautifully illustrated guide, author, educator, and pro photographer Jerod Foster helps you understand how color works—attracting attention, directing the eye, and working with other elements to make your own compelling photographs. This book approaches color from a photographer’s perspective with a mix of practical theory, technical information, and solid advice on how to apply these details in all genres of photography—landscapes, portraits, lifestyle, sports, or wildlife. You will learn about: Color in the frame, including guiding the eye and composing with color Manipulating color with white balance, artificial lighting, and exposure Creating visual depth with complementary colors, dominant/recessive colors, and contrast The meaning of color and how red, blue, green or purple can push emotions Conditions for shooting color and the best times of day Best practices for handling color in post processing Color is a core element of our visual language and photographers who understand and exploit color will harness its power and create lasting images.

Design for Hackers

Author : David Kadavy
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Discover the techniques behind beautiful design by deconstructing designs to understand them The term 'hacker' has been redefined to consist of anyone who has an insatiable curiosity as to how things work—and how they can try to make them better. This book is aimed at hackers of all skill levels and explains the classical principles and techniques behind beautiful designs by deconstructing those designs in order to understand what makes them so remarkable. Author and designer David Kadavy provides you with the framework for understanding good design and places a special emphasis on interactive mediums. You'll explore color theory, the role of proportion and geometry in design, and the relationship between medium and form. Packed with unique reverse engineering design examples, this book inspires and encourages you to discover and create new beauty in a variety of formats. Breaks down and studies the classical principles and techniques behind the creation of beautiful design Illustrates cultural and contextual considerations in communicating to a specific audience Discusses why design is important, the purpose of design, the various constraints of design, and how today's fonts are designed with the screen in mind Dissects the elements of color, size, scale, proportion, medium, and form Features a unique range of examples, including the graffiti in the ancient city of Pompeii, the lack of the color black in Monet's art, the style and sleekness of the iPhone, and more By the end of this book, you'll be able to apply the featured design principles to your own web designs, mobile apps, or other digital work.

ZBrush Creature Design

Author : Scott Spencer
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Zero in on the most cutting-edge trend in creature design forfilm and games: ZBrush! ZBrush allows you to develop a creature for film and games inrealistic, 3D format. With this book, you will learn how to createa unique creature from start to finish and search for and repairany foreseeable problems. Clear instructions guide you throughusing Photoshop in combination with ZBrush to finely render acreature so you can see how it will appear on screen. ExperiencedZBrush author and designer Scott Spencer shows you how to startwith your concept in ZBrush as a preliminary digital model and thenfurther refine it in Photoshop in order to fabricate ahyperrealistic image. Guides you through artistic concepts to visualize yourcreature Walks you through the process of conceptualizing a creature inZBrush Details techniques for using Photoshop to refine yourdesign Encourages you to use ZBrush as a sculpting and designing tooland then use Photoshop as a painting and finishing tool ZBrush Creature Design helps you bring your creatureconcepts to life.

Critical Exchange

Author : Carol Adlam
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This collection examines the development of art criticism across Russia and Western Europe in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Art criticism articulated local ideas about functions of art but, more importantly, it also became one of the most responsive fields in which a larger, transnational European exchange of ideas about the role of critical discourse could take place. Art criticism of this period was also rich in rhetorical strategies and textual diversity. International contributors to this volume, who include art historians, cultural historians, and specialists in critical and philosophical discourse, examine the emergence of art critical discourse in a variety of cultural and geo-political contexts.

Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office

Author : United States. Patent Office
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Addison Addley and the Trick of the Eye

Author : Melody DeFields McMillan
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Addison's mother wants to sell their comfortable old house and move into a townhouse in a new development across town#&8212;a shoe box near a shoe factory, Addison calls it. As usual, Addison's brain goes into overdrive as he tries to solve two problems: first he must get his mother to see their old house in a new light, and then he must figure out who is responsible for a rash of neighborhood break-ins that make his mother feel unsafe. With the help of his friend Sam, he puts his own unique spin on optical illusions (and home decor) and ends up surprising everyone, even himself.

The Distribution of the Galaxies

Author : William C. Saslaw
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It embeds distribution functions in a broader astronomical context, including other exciting contemporary topics such as correlation functions, fractals, bound clusters, topology, percolation, and minimal spanning trees."--BOOK JACKET. "This volume is written at a level suitable for graduate students and will be of key interest to astronomers, cosmologists, physicists, and applied statisticians."--BOOK JACKET.

Friends Review

Author : Enoch Lewis
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Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide

Author : Anthony L. Komaroff
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An accessible guide to family health care discusses drug interactions, symptoms, first aid, and how to choose a family doctor, including a new research about hormone therapy and heart surgery.

English Patents of Inventions Specifications

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Computer Presentation of Data in Science

Author : D. Simmonds
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Books about printing written for printers or would-be printers go back over 300 years. The earliest of them were almost exclusively concerned with books; this century, however, there has been more emphasis on other kinds of documents, and particularly their design. But no shift in document production has been more sudden than the one that has happened most recently. ConSequently, the last five years have witnessed a substantial movement away from books written for professionals to ones whose aim is to help would-be authors produce their own documents. The opportunities for authors to do this have been opened up by the advent of desktop publishing (a term coined as recently as 1984). As most exponents of desktop publishing have come to realise, the term is something of a misnomer because the provision of facilities that allow authors to produce their own material for publishing is not quite the same thing as publish ing. Nevertheless, it has been useful in focussing attention on author-produced documents, and what might be described as the democratisation of document production. This book is different from others in the field. Its target audience is the busy scientist engaged in teaching or research who uses computers in the ordinary course of work. The world of scientific publishing is rapidly moving towards the day when journals will expect contributions from authors on disc, or even by direct transfer of data from the author's computer to the output device of an editor via telephone and satellite.

Guidance by the Divine Eye

Author : William Henry Corning
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Guidance by the Divine Eye A discourse preached in the First Congregational Church Clinton Mass etc

Author : William Henry CORNING
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