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vis·u·al·ize

(vizh'yū-ă-līz),
To picture in the mind or to perceive; commonly misused by ascribing to the technique the act of making visible.

visualize

(vĭzh′o͞o-ə-līz′)
v. visual·ized, visual·izing, visual·izes
v.tr.
1.
a. To form a mental image of; envisage: tried to visualize the scene as it was described.
b. To engage in psychological visualization with regard to (pain or a body process, for example).
2.
a. To render visible, as in an image or representation: "Movies have always been keen to visualize the gorier details of ocular trauma" (Dennis Lim)."Cloud chambers ... allowed scientists to visualize subatomic particles for the first time" (Robert and Michele Root-Bernstein).
b. To produce an image or visual representation of (an internal body part or action, for example) by radiological or other technology.
v.intr.
To form a mental image.

vi′su·al·iz′er n.

visualize

(vĭzh′ū-ăl-īz)
1. To make visible.
2. To imagine or picture something in one's mind.
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3 was articulated, as instructions from the ALA conflicted with what visualisers thought was best, or as visualisers' comments trumped those of the DA.
In particular the ALA's suggestions for ways to create more "poetic" images--his requests, visible in figure 4, for "atmosphere", "more magic", and "MM"s (magic moments) --proved difficult for visualisers and architects to understand.
This suggested that they should be conceptualised as circulating through a network of relations, and this paper has sketched that network, which is enacted as digital files circulate between architects, visualisers, ECs, MDCs, the ALA, and the client, Msheireb Properties.
All the visualisers we interviewed in this project were male.
That file is then sent to a visualiser and imported into a visualisation software package such as, in this case, 3DS Max.
It may also travel to the websites of the architect and the visualiser in order to advertise their skills.