reality

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} gerçeklik

Ebeveynler yeni nesile gerçeklikten uzak ve gerçekçi olmayan hayallerin peşinde koşturan bir nesil olarak olarak bakıyor. - Parents look to the new generation as a generation that is far from reality and busy running after unrealistic dreams.

Savaşı gündelik gerçeklik yaparak, bu savaşa sebep olan politik görüştür. - Because it is politics that has caused this war, making the war our everyday reality.

asıl
gerçekçilik
gerçek

Yalın gerçeklikle yüz yüze gelmelisin. - You ought to face the stark reality.

Ebeveynler yeni nesile gerçeklikten uzak ve gerçekçi olmayan hayallerin peşinde koşturan bir nesil olarak olarak bakıyor. - Parents look to the new generation as a generation that is far from reality and busy running after unrealistic dreams.

hakikat

Tom hakikatten habersiz. - Tom is out of touch with reality.

Hakikati metanetle karşılaman iktiza eder. - You should face up to the reality.

gerçek/gerçeklik
{i} realite
{i} gerçekte var olan şeyler
gerce
gerçeğin
reality principle
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerçeklik ilkesi
reality tv
(Basın) realite tv
reality check
gerçeklik kontrol
reality show
Senaryosu olmayan gerçek yaşamdan kaydedilmiş dramatik ve mizahi durumları ekrana yansıyan ve karakter olarak profesyonal aktörler yerine gerçek kişileri kullanan bir televizyon programı çeşididir. Bir çeşit belgesel olduğu söylenebilir. Televizyonun ilk günlerinden beri çeşitli şekillerde varolmuş olsa da popüler bir furyaya dönüşmesi 2000li yıllara rastlar
reality show
(Televizyon) TV de ünlülerin kendi hayatlarına has çekilen özel programlar
reality show
Reality TV, senaryosu olmayan gerçek yaşamdan kaydedilmiş dramatik ve mizahi durumları ekrana yansıyan ve karakter olarak profesyonal aktörler yerine gerçek kişileri kullanan bir televizyon programı çeşididir. Bir çeşit belgesel olduğu söylenebilir. Televizyonun ilk günlerinden beri çeşitli şekillerde varolmuş olsa da popüler bir furyaya dönüşmesi 2000li yıllara rastlar
reality shows
gerçeği gösteriyor
reality television
reality
reality adaptation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerçekliğe uyum
reality check
(Basın) gerçeğe uygunluk
reality in literature
edebiyatta gerçeklik
reality principle
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) gerçeklik ilkesi (freud)
relative reality
göreli gerçeklik
virtual reality
elektronik eldiven
artificial reality
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) sanal gerçeklik
objective reality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) nesnel gerçeklik
objective reality
objektif realite
social reality
sosyal gerçeklik
become reality
gerçekleş
escape from reality
gerçeklerden kaçmak
in reality
gerçekte

O genç görünüyor, ama gerçekte o, 40 yaşın üzerinde. - She looks young, but in reality she's over 40.

O görünüşte varlıklı fakat gerçekte değildir. - He is wealthy in appearance but not in reality.

in reality
aslında

Aslında, onların bütün ilgilendiği güçtür. - In reality, all they are interested in is power.

Ben onu sanki dünmüş gibi hatırlıyorum ama aslında on beş yıl önceydi. - I remember it as if it were yesterday, but in reality it was fifteen years ago.

augmented reality
(Bilgisayar) Arttırılmış gerçeklik
become reality
Gerçekleşmek
consistent with reality
gerçeklik ile uyumlu
harsh reality
sert gerçekliği
inherent reality or substance
doğal gerçeklik veya madde
meta-cosmic reality
metakozmik gerçeklik
out of touch with reality.
dışarı gerçeklik teması
plural of reality
gerçekliğin çoğul
sober reality
ayık gerçeklik
supreme reality
yüce gerçeklik
the reality
gerçeklik
virtual reality
Sanal gerçeklik
absolute reality
mutlak gerçeklik
accept reality
gerçeği kabullenmek
artificial reality
sanal gerceklik
based on reality
gerçeğe dayanan
phenomenal reality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fenomenal gerçeklik
physical reality
fizik hakikati
potential reality
potansiyel gerçeklik
psychic reality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruhsal gerçeklik
subjective reality
sübjektif realite
subjective reality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) öznel gerçeklik
sui generis reality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sui generis gerçeklik
İngilizce - İngilizce
The entirety of all that is real
The state of being actual or real

The reality of the crash scene on TV dawned upon him only when he saw the victim was no actor but his friend.

An individual observer's own subjective perception of that which is real
A real entity, event or other fact

The ultimate reality of life is it ends in death.

{n} truth, certainty, absolute existence
The Twisted Reality text adventure system is now a seperate project
Unfortunate side effect of existence
is an objective absolute, facts are facts, independent of man's feelings, wishes, hopes, or fears
the solid objects, the real things of life; the degree of agreement reached by two people See also ARC triangle
Always harsh
the state of the world as it really is rather than as you might want it to be; "businessmen have to face harsh realities"
s paramattha - Vision and knowledge according to r - s vipassaná 15
the state of being actual or real; "the reality of his situation slowly dawned on him"
You can use in reality to introduce a statement about the real nature of something, when it contrasts with something incorrect that has just been described. He came across as streetwise, but in reality he was not
Each individuals own subjective perception of that which is real
1 The immediate, subjectively relative environment you happen to find yourself in at any moment 2 An abstract set scientific or spiritual constructs adopted or developed to explain your own existence
An individual's perception of that which exists around them
You say that something has become a reality when it actually exists or is actually happening. the whole procedure that made this book become a reality
the quality possessed by something that is real
(1) The quality or state of being actual or true (2) A person, entity, or event that is actual (3) The totality of all things possessing actuality, existence, or essence (4) That which exists objectively and in fact (5) The sum that is all real, absolute, and unchangeable
the state of the world as it really is rather than as you might want it to be; "businessmen have to face harsh realities
See 2d Realty, 2
1 Theta reality is duplication of other POVs, which is a return to affinity, i e a sharing of the same space Theta reality is a type of as-isness, a first column action 2 MEST reality is agreement, a third column not-isness
Any 3D projection of a limited part of the total 5D Universe that is governed by a time-line in the 2D time-plane
(1) What actually exists, as indicated by the signs of existence that appear in the human consciousness and designated by human terminology; and (2) what underlies or produces those appearances
if regarded from the empirical perspective, this refers to the ordinary world of nature; if regarded from the transcendental perspective, it refers to the transcendent realm of the noumenon
all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you; "his world was shattered"; "we live in different worlds"; "for them demons were as much a part of reality as trees were"
the quality possessed by something that is real the state of being actual or real; "the reality of his situation slowly dawned on him"
Based on the actual, or that which exists, or that which has been purchased to exist
That which is real; an actual existence; that which is not imagination, fiction, or pretense; that which has objective existence, and is not merely an idea
the quality possessed by something that is real the state of being actual or real; "the reality of his situation slowly dawned on him" the state of the world as it really is rather than as you might want it to be; "businessmen have to face harsh realities
The psychically staged, agreed upon, event or object that has stemmed from telepathically projected images The more solid the reality, the more psychically-created and telepathically projected images have been fused to make a mass Reality is made by agreement But what makes agreement? Psychically-created, telepathically projected images
Energy and Awareness = Self-energetic Awareness = God
The state or quality of being real; actual being or existence of anything, in distinction from mere appearance; fact
You use reality to refer to real things or the real nature of things rather than imagined, invented, or theoretical ideas. Fiction and reality were increasingly blurred see also virtual reality
Loyalty; devotion
{i} state of being real; real thing or fact; actuality
Form + Matter (Aristotle)
(Are you ready for more ?): Actualities in our existence which many do not desire to accept because of the self-incrimination probabilities and dependent-nature tendencies Most people have decided to make their own reality by changing an existing reality or creating a new one for their own individual purposes so they can maintain authority and control over their own life and maintain a position over others as being free from any blame We suggest you check out our "Reality Check 2000" program (if you haven't yet) by clicking on it's icon below, then return to this 'Definitions' page
The total phenomena as they actually exist
That which IS Changeless Truth
Phenomena of Universe which are 99 9% Invisible to Unaided Senses
The reality of a situation is the truth about it, especially when it is unpleasant or difficult to deal with. the harsh reality of top international competition
If one has a tiny glimpse of reality, the way it really is, and attempts to put it into words; The result will seem bizarre to most people and very few will take it seriously
realty
reality TV
Alternative form of reality television
reality challenged
Of a person, insane
reality check
a check or review to make sure something is consistent, reasonable, etc

Make sure to do a reality check on the idea before releasing it.

reality check
a wake-up call, reminder

That kid needs a reality check before he fails or drops out.

reality distortion field
The persuasive abilities of a charismatic leader
reality television
A genre of television programming portraying one or more unprofessional actors and their reaction to given stimuli and/or goals
reality television
Reality television is a genre of television programming which presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations, documents actual events, and features ordinary people instead of professional actors. Although the genre has existed in some form or another since the early years of television, the term reality television is most commonly used to describe programs produced since 2000. Documentaries and nonfictional programming such as the news and sports shows are usually not classified as reality shows
reality television
Television programmes that feature real people doing real things, for example police officers chasing after stolen cars, or people who have been put in different situations and filmed continuously over a period of weeks or months
reality tv
Television programmes that feature real people doing real things, for example police officers chasing after stolen cars, or people who have been put in different situations and filmed continuously over a period of weeks or months
reality warping
(Film) Reality warping in superhero fiction is a superpower. It is the ability to reshape matter and energy, turn a person's thoughts or desires into reality, bend time and space or possibly even rewrite the laws of physics
Reality television
genre of television programming which features non-scripted episodes with famous or non-famous people in actual situations that may or may not be predetermined (e.g. Survivor, The Family, The Bachelor, etc.)
reality TV
Reality TV is a type of television programming which aims to show how ordinary people behave in everyday life, or in situations, often created by the programme makers, which are intended to represent everyday life. the Americans' current infatuation with reality TV
reality check
An assessment to determine if one's circumstances or expectations conform to reality. an occasion when you consider the facts of a situation, as opposed to what you would like or what you have imagined
reality principle
In psychoanalysis, the satisfaction of instinctual needs through awareness of and adjustment to environmental demands
reality principle
(psychoanalysis) the governing principle of the ego; the principle that as a child grows it becomes aware of the real environment and the need to accommodate to it
reality struck him in the face
he was forced to deal with the situation
augmented reality
The merging of a view of the real-world environment upon a digital image in real time
bite of the reality sandwich
A wake-up call, a reality check
consensus reality
The set of things considered to be real according to the majority of individuals
virtual reality
A reality that is only based in the computer
augmented reality
augmented reality is a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user's view of the real world, thus providing a composite view
augmented reality
gerçek dünyadaki çevrenin ve içindekilerin bilgisayar tarafından oluşturulan ses ve görüntü ile zenginleştirilerek kullanıcıya gösterilmesi
augment reality
(Bilgisayar) Augmented reality (AR) is a field of computer research which deals with the combination of real-world and computer-generated data (virtual reality), where computer graphics objects are blended into real footage in real time
immersive virtual reality
Immersive virtual reality is a hypothetical future technology. It consists of a virtual reality/artificial environment in which the user is as immersed as they usually are in consensus reality
Virtual Reality Modeling Language
language used for designing three-dimensional models for display on the Internet, VRML
back to reality
{i} B2R, Internet abbreviation term used in chat rooms and email correspondence
being far from reality
out of touch with the way things really are; lacking a base in reality; abstract; frivolous
current reality tree
(Ticaret) In the theory of constraints, a cause and effect diagram that links problems, or undesirable effects (UDE)
day-to-day reality
day-to-day life, daily routine, way of life
denied reality
avoided the truth, was deluded
detached from reality
disconnected from the actual world, psychotic
distorted picture of reality
false view of the way things are, distorted view of reality
distorted reality
false reality; perversion of reality
distorted view of reality
false view of the way things really are
future reality tree
(Ticaret) A cause and effect diagram used in the theory of constraints that models the path and logic used to create positive end states, or desirable effects (DE)
in reality
used to imply that one would expect the fact to be the opposite of that stated; surprisingly; "you may actually be doing the right thing by walking out"; "she actually spoke Latin"; "they thought they made the rules but in reality they were only puppets"; "people who seem stand-offish are in reality often simply nervous"
in reality
in truth, in fact, in actuality
outgrowth of reality
deviation from reality, exception from reality
realities
plural of reality
true picture of reality
view of the actual situation, objective representation of the situation
unlawful in reality
in actuality it is illegal, act of being unlawful which causes one to be bad
virtual reality
The use of specialized computers, software, and other gear to construct computer-generated environments A user wears a headset that blocks out vision of the physical world and projects these computer-generated environments onto a screen near the eyes He also uses a computer-connected "glove" or other hand-held device to manipulate the images in the virtual environment Virtual reality is now transitioning from experimental applications to applications in business, health care, and mass entertainment
virtual reality
A computer simulation of a real 3-dimensional world, often supplemented by sound effects One early example allowed you to drive through a city, turn at any street intersection, and see what you would see out of a car window Another let you learn a ship's layout by moving throughout all of its decks Modern games let you fly an airplane or spaceship in combat or explore a dungeon and kill its monsters Educational applications let you learn through experience for many types of simulated tasks or interact with professors and class members at a distance See VRML
virtual reality
An artificial environment created with computer hardware and software and presented to the user in such a way that it appears and feels like a real environment To "enter" a virtual reality, a user dons special gloves, earphones, and goggles, all of which receive their input from the computer system In this way, at least three of the five senses are controlled by the computer In addition to feeding sensory input to the user, the devices also monitor the user's actions The goggles, for example, track how the eyes move and respond accordingly by sending new video input To date, virtual reality systems require extremely expensive hardware and software and are confined mostly to research laboratories The term virtual reality is sometimes used more generally to refer to any virtual world represented in a computer, even if it's just a text-based or graphical representation
virtual reality
3-dimensional image that imitates reality
virtual reality
n 1 Computer simulations that use 3-D graphics and devices such as the Dataglove to allow the user to interact with the simulation See {cyberspace} 2 A form of network interaction incorporating aspects of role-playing games, interactive theater, improvisational comedy, and `true confessions' magazines In a virtual reality forum (such as USENET's alt callahans newsgroup or the {MUD} experiments on Internet), interaction between the participants is written like a shared novel complete with scenery, `foreground characters' that may be personae utterly unlike the people who write them, and common `background characters' manipulable by all parties The one iron law is that you may not write irreversible changes to a character without the consent of the person who `owns' it Otherwise anything goes See {bamf}, {cyberspace}
virtual reality
Virtual reality is an environment which is produced by a computer and seems very like reality to the person experiencing it. A computer simulation of a real or imaginary system that enables a user to perform operations on the simulated system and shows the effects in real time. an environment produced by a computer that looks and seems real to the person experiencing it. Use of computer modeling and simulation to enable a person to interact with an artificial three-dimensional visual or other sensory environment. A computer-generated environment simulates reality by means of interactive devices that send and receive information and are worn as goggles, headsets, gloves, or body suits. The illusion of being in the created environment (telepresence) is accomplished by motion sensors that pick up the user's movements and adjust his or her view accordingly, usually in real time. The basis of the technology emerged in the 1960s in simulators that taught how to fly planes, drive tanks, shoot artillery, and generally perform in combat. It came of commercial age in the 1980s and is now used in games, exhibits, and aerospace simulators. It has potential for use in many fields, including entertainment, medicine and biotechnology, engineering, design, and marketing
virtual reality
A computer technology that creates 3 dimensional real illusion in an artificial world Virtual Reality is used in many real life applications, from chemistry to architecture and computer games
virtual reality
a hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer; user wears special goggles and fiber optic gloves etc
virtual reality
and can enter and move about in this world and interact with objects as if inside it
virtual reality
a hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer; user wears special goggles and fiber optic gloves etc , and can enter and move about in this world and interact with objects as if inside it
virtual reality
A human-computer interface in which the computer creates a sensory-immersing environment that interactively responds to and is controlled by the behavior of the user
virtual reality
Interaction with a computer to create an artificial reality that projects the user into a 3-dimensional space
virtual reality
A computer simulation that closely resembles reality
virtual reality
A computer-generated environment which simulates reality sufficiently for the human senses to experience it (Dickelman)
virtual reality
An emerging technology that attempts to fully immerse the user in an interactive computer generated environment VR is rather ill-defined, but focuses on a more complex interaction with the computer, featuring at least 3D interactive video
virtual reality
The first cave man who smeared an image of a buffalo on a cave wall was trying to imitate reality, over the years we've gotten better and better at this When we talk about virtual reality today we're talking about computer environments such as a room in a game you can move around in and view from several angles by moving your mouse Any Computer environment you can interact with is Virtual Reality (See also MUD's MUSHes and MU's)
virtual reality
Computer Generated technology which allows the user to interact with data that gives the appearance of a 3D environment The user can navigate around a 3D world and interact with objects in that world See also: VRML
virtual reality
Interactive technology which totally controls sensory input and creates the convincing illusion that one is completely immersed in a computer-generated world
virtual reality
Computer simulated environment within which humans are able to interact in some manner that approximates interactions in the physical world
virtual reality
  An interactive, computer-generated simulated environment with which users can interact using specialized peripherals such as data gloves and head-mounted computer-graphic displays
virtual reality
The ability of a computer to create an artificial environment through the use of video, sound, and some sort of motion sensors on the user's body (The more perceptive reader will have noticed that this is an oxymoron in the same class as "military intelligence" and "jumbo shrimp ")
virtual reality
An interactive, simulated environment (three dimensional multimedia application) that allows the users to perform actions that give them more control over how the information is viewed Being a medium for education, it allows an individual to project him or herself into a computer generated world and move freely within it The term is used here to include a variety of the newer multimedia data-types that give the viewer more information and more control over how the information is viewed than traditional graphic, photographic or video elements
virtual reality
Environments created with computer technology that somehow model or mimic the real world May allow a user to "walk around" a products, see demonstrations, or manipulate the representation of the products
virtual reality
A simulated three-dimensional environment, displayed in real time with interactive capabilities VR applications have been developed for the World Wide Web, although the technology is still at an early stage
virtual reality
Computer simulation using three-dimensional graphics as well as devices such as glove sensors and binocular television headsets so that the user can interact with the simulation in a life-like manner
virtual reality
(1) Also referred to as artificial reality or synthetic reality Virtual reality perceives a participant's action in terms of the body's relationship to a graphic world and generates responses that maintain the illusion that his actions are taking place within that world (2) The application of integrated technologies to enable a participant to sense that he or she is occupying, to some degree, an environment other than that which he or she physically occupies
virtual reality
Immersion of one or more individuals in a virtual environment, with the aim of achieving the illusion that they are in a place, time, or situation different from their actual real-world location and/or time
virtual reality
The use of interactive computer generated multimedia to create a simulated electronic environment
virtual reality
A 3-D visual computer simulation that responds to your inputs so realistically that you feel you're inside another world
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