Visual basics is the most popular computer programming software. This tutorial shows you how to say hello world in computer programming
How to disable some visual effects to increase your computer's speed and performance while using Windows XP.
Millions of Products Searchable by Appearance and Via a Vast Collection of Celebrity Fashion Photos
San Mateo, Calif. - November 8, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- Riya, a world leader in visual computing, today launched Like.com, a visual search engine that, for the first time ever, allows consumers to search for items by appearance instead of just text. This "Likeness Searchâ¢" dramatically improves the ease of finding aesthetic or hard-to-describe items on the Web. Just click on a photo of an item and Like.com will compare that item's shape, color, and texture to millions of other items found on the Web and display the best matches.
Like.com's initial release will focus on several aesthetically-oriented shopping categories â handbags, jewelry, shoes, and watches â allowing users to search and purchase items from thousands of leading and boutique brands from retailers such as Amazon, eLUXURY, ICE.com, Lands' EndÂ®, ShoeBuy, and Zappos. Like.com is adding new inventory at a rate of 30,000+ items a day and will add more shopping categories such as clothing and home dÃ©cor in the near future. In addition, the first 10,000 Like.com shoppers will receive free shipping on their first purchase from any of the site's featured retailers.
"A picture is worth a thousand words, and it is much easier to shop and search by clicking on pictures than by typing complex search terms," said company CEO and co-founder, Munjal Shah. "Like.com is the first major new innovation to come to the world of image search in the last five years. Now, Web searchers will no longer have to rely on the tags that may or may not be attached to a given photo or product image."
Today, image search accounts for eight percent of all Web searches (Google and Yahoo! receive over 270 million image searches per month, according to Hitwise), but these applications only utilize the words attached to photos in order to generate search results. In contrast, Like.com's visual search looks inside the photo and creates a digital signature that describes the photo's content and enables a more accurate search for similar looking items â ranging from your dream engagement ring to a clutch and pair of heels that perfectly complement a hard-to-match patterned dress.
Some very fancy snare drum visuals performed on a practice pad. Though you can't hear what he's playing due to the background music...awesome nonetheless...
visualize where your visitors are clicking in your web site, amazing web tool
This video explains what some of the things available in Visual Basic 6.0 are. There's also a tutorial on how to create a button that, when clicked, will display an alert box with text that you've specified.
I will make Visual Effect. It models fireworks and i call it Visual Art.
View the Secret visualization tool and receive information on seeing the first 20 minutes of "The Secret"
a bizzarre and misterious mathematical riddle / visual illusion. can you explain how is this possible?
Demo de visuales correspondiente a abril de 2007
My best VISUAL Joke (English) - www.sharing-center.com with Allan Rich
Mi mejor chiste VISUAL (Espanol) - www.centro-compartir.com con Allan Rich
a download of visual task tips
New Mobile Medium on Display for Art World
On Saturday, April 21, 2007, LG Electronics MobileComm U.S.A., Inc. (LG Mobile Phones) debuted Visual Urban Abstracts "Views from a Cell" created by emerging visual artist, Patrice Elmi. Using only pure, glowing color from either early morning or late afternoon sunlight and her 1.3 megapixel LG camera phone, Patrice creates images that marry art and photography into a unique and vibrant form on the mobile phone. Untouched by computer or digital enhancing, her mobile images are alive with color, flowing with shapes and stalked by shadows.
"Views from a Cell" is the first art exhibit of its kind focusing on a new form of artistic expression, the mobile medium. The 100 photographs on display are 6 inch square digital C-prints which are mounted on aluminum sheets and laminated. The metal, depictive of a mobile phone, on which these photographs are fused actually integrates and becomes part of the piece itself. The exhibit will run from April 21, 2007 to May 19, 2007 at the drkrm. Gallery in Los Angeles, California.
Created by Vancouver Film School student Jesus Yapor through the VFS 3D Animation & Visual Effects program.