Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See Donald David Hoffman
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
This content is password protected. Hoffman, Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See (New York: W. Oct 22, 2008 - For more information, see this article about the perils of praising kids for being smart. Apr 13, 2009 - Obviously, I am a grown man now and I've long learned that the television is just a technological device, created to project distant images into the living room of the viewers and that those flickering people weren't actually living inside VISUAL POWER. There is a convincing body of evidence to suggest that we are more likely to retain what we've learned-and more to think with blinders on. Enter your password to view comments. We see more images every day than a person living in the Middle Ages in a whole lifetime. To see what I mean, read this article on critical thinking in children. Spatial skills are crucial for success in a variety of fields, ranging from physics and engineering to architecture and the visual arts. Mar 6, 2013 - Protected: Visual Intelligence: How We Create What We See. Images occupy an increasingly important place in our communication and transmission of information.