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The insect-inspired technology provides the tracking system with 120 degree field of vision eliminating the need for accompanying hardware, which helps to minimise size and weight, while reducing maintenance costs.
If we haven't already, should we now empower our students by showing them how to "widen [their] field of vision, and discover the paradigm shift that will permit truly new understanding" (290)?
A sight test can also detect brain tumours because these create pressure behind the eye, making the optic nerve swell and reducing field of vision.
If you lose many of these light-sensing cells, you may see a small but growing blind spot in the middle of your field of vision.
Gaskett's next objective is to help a robot locate an object outside of its field of vision, essentially telling a robot, "Look behind you.
said it will recall 8,762 Voyager and Grand Voyager station wagons to remove stickers in windows that obscure the driver's field of vision.
A scratch-resistant, hard-coated polycarbonate lens provides a 200-degree field of vision and meets ANSI standards for impact and penetration resistance, he said.
This is intolerable, and we should be agitating, pushing every liberal organization, every libertarian with an open mind, every conservative with a conscience not owned by a corporation to demand that they include GLBT people in their field of vision.
While looking at something you allow your eyes to go into soft focus, paying equal attention to everything in your field of vision.
Glaucoma is another condition which is caused by a build up of pressure inside the eye reducing the field of vision.
The system's extended field of vision maintains sharp focus from 8 to 36" throughout a procedure.
a restricted field of vision and depth perception and a reduced sensitivity to contrast and color recognition