By ANNE EISENBERG
Sony will soon introduce a visorlike headset, in which 3-D video can fill the visual equivalent of a movie screen.
By DAVID BROOKS
As our budget braces for Medicare's tyranny, we just need a good overseer to manage the inevitable military decline.
Civilian counterpart to ISAF commander is needed in Afghanistan, says security advisor The international community must appoint a civilian equivalent to ISAF's top commander in Afghanistan, a key security advisor tells Deutsche Welle. The new position should oversee all aid programs in the country.
vi·sor also vi·zor (vzr)
1. A piece projecting from the front of a cap or an elastic headband to shade or protect the eyes.
2. A fixed or movable shield against glare attached above the windshield of an automotive vehicle.
3. The front piece of the helmet of a suit of armor, capable of being raised and lowered and designed to protect the eyes, nose, and forehead.
4. A means of concealment or disguise; a mask.
tr.v. vi·sored also vi·zored, vi·sor·ing also vi·zor·ing, vi·sors also vi·zors
To provide or protect with a visor.
[Alteration of Middle English viser, from Anglo-Norman, from vis, face, from Latin vsus, appearance; see visage.]
tr.v., -saw (-sô'), -seen (-sēn'), -see·ing, -sees.
- To watch over and direct; supervise. See synonyms at supervise.
- To subject to scrutiny; examine or inspect.
|The face or facial expression of a person.|
|Synonyms:||physiognomy, smiler, kisser, phiz, countenance, mug|
|Usage:||A small bonnet of black silk … was placed on the back of her head, but so as not to shade her visage in the least.|