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The inventor of the Tunnel Vision now seeks a third party licensee to manufacture, market, and distribute the product for him under a royalty agreement.
They tested normally sighted subjects and tunnel vision patients in a large virtual mall environment that presented a series of collision scenarios -- people and objects appearing from different distances and directions.
Forty-five percent of the officers had tunnel vision, while 41 percent experienced an increased attention to detail.
Be on the look out for dryness, blurred vision, distorted vision, tunnel vision, or spots.
While a lack of visual acuity is sometimes corrected with lenses, blind spots, tunnel vision, or limited visual fields may require oversized and specially positioned mirrors.
If he can be faulted at all it is for being absorbed in the machinations of Kremlin power politics to the point of having tunnel vision.
Council chiefs' tunnel vision MANY readers will agree with AJ Hubble that we have an 'anti-car mafia' within the Council House over their ill-conceived and 'stupid' 20mph speed limit (Letters, March 25).
The controversy generated by YouTube's banning Justin Timberlake's Tunnel Vision, that features bare-breasted female dancers, worked in favour of the 32-year-old singer.
TUNNEL VISION Life on the Underground is a living hell
TUNNEL VISION The Culture Club tour of the Victorian Tunnel in Newcastle
Refraction Theatre was formed by seven final year performance students and is soon set to stage Tunnel Vision at the Huddersfield Drama Festival, as part of a tour around the north west.
YOUR letter, written by Eddie Roberts and entitled Tunnel Vision, brought back memories as I walked through the tunnel when it was first opened.