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The trick is to deliver the information only in the peripheral vision of the rider so that there is no distraction from the track or road.
The functional field of view task (Green and Bavelier, 2003) enables the testing of spatial distribution of visual attention and accordingly, the peripheral vision (Learning task II).
Apparently we cannot distinguish colour in our peripheral vision, rather it is the degree to which colour and pattern (stripes) contrast with the background which makes the players more visible to each other.
Dr Ralph Holme, head of biomedical research at the RNID, said: "The better peripheral vision experienced by people who are deaf has significant benefits for their everyday lives.
A visual field test is a method of measuring an individual's entire scope of vision, that is, their central and peripheral vision.
For example, if you're deaf, you would benefit by seeing a car coming far off in your peripheral vision, because you can't hear that car approaching from the side; the same with being able to more accurately detect how fast something is moving.
Before bed that night I check Peripheral Vision and the signs are good.
Buchanan, is a biography of a man who lost all of his central vision and 80 percent of his peripheral vision at age 15.
The SideWindows helmet allows for peripheral vision with side filters (shade five) that increase viewing area by more than 100%.
Thirty years after that first migraine, she knows exactly what is going on when she starts to experience classic migraine symptoms, including tingling in her fingers and a cone of light in her peripheral vision -- known as an aura.
It's easy to ignore subtle signals which indicate change, future trends, and problems: PERIPHERAL VISION outlines such signals and how to recognize them as opportunities for advancement, offering five steps for improving such vision and broadening organizational flexibility.
They present a "strategic eye exam" to diagnose a company's peripheral vision and then describe a five-step process for improving vigilance.

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