OCCULUS


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OCCULUSOccult Control Coordination Unit Liaison, Unconventional Situations
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The $1.5 billion development connects 11 different subway lines with the Occulus a popular photo-op for tourists.
A few years later, many Occulus contributors were surprised to learn that their dollars didn't entitle them to much of anything.
The next level of virtual production will develop from our ability to capture fully dimensional images and provide completely immersive experiences for audiences, such as the Occulus Rift.
(62.) "Occulus," Hamilton Spectator, quoted in Palmer, A Culture in Conflict: Skilled Workers and Industrial Capitalism in Hamilton, Ontario, 1860-1914 (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1979), 136.
Well, virtual reality hasn't advanced to that yet, but the Occulus Rift is perhaps the closest we have come to it.
Facebook-owned start-up Occulus VR drew increased crowds at this year's E3 with its latest virtual reality headset Occulus Rift, in a sign that the gaming community is warming up to the idea of totally immersive experiences, Reuters reported.
The glazed occulus light, seen from inside , was also restored.
Inner circle: Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery has unveiled a new skylight called The Occulus.
"Stolen were various items including an Occulus Trial Frame and two Hamblin diagnostic sets--ophthalmoscope and streak retinoscopes--one of which I had been using since I was a student 40 years ago.
Clearly the effects have their own merit, providing a view to the lake through the bold timber porch, and dramatic toplight through the glazed occulus at the top of ("he tower that gives worshippers a view of the kalash, a finial cast in ashtadhatu, an alloy of eight metals (silver, copper, zinc, lead, tin, iron, and mercury) that Hindus believe makes this a truly sacred place.
Take redrose, ffennell, vervyn rootes, salendyne, eufras, pimpernell, occulus xpium, to wash your eyes with cleane water, To looke vpon green colours, measurable sleepe, to looke on a faire glasse much, often washing of your hands and fleet, [ROD] and it maketh your eyes well to digest.
(55) VB 22: `Recalescat ergo, dilectissimi fratres, fides nosta ad caelestem desideria, revocemus ante occulus nostros peccata quae fecimus; consideremus, quam districtus iudex venturus est, qui non solum de malis operibus, sed etiam de cogitationibus nostris indicare disponit.