Visualization frame

In general, a visualization frame is a tool to make visible any context/content, for example html code (internet browser), electronic document (pdf reader, operation system of the computer, monitor of the computer, computer itself), micro- or macroobjects (magnifying lens, telescope, microscope), electromagnetic wave spectrum (radio and television receiver), text (book), self-image (mirror) etc. In particular, a neurovisual frame is a brain located complex specialized on visualization of any perceptive flow coming from sensory organs or from other group of neurons; by means of neurovisual frame we can realize any perceptive flow as notion, fantasy or reality. Introduced by Dr. Andrej Poleev in attempt to bridge a gap between psychology and molecular biology, both terms belong into Octology-related conceptual circle.

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