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Vuzix is testing the software on its M2000AR mobile display that uses a PC-compatible transparent optical system that overlays data on the wearer's field of vision in full color.
The subsidiary is adding a feature that will spotlight a potential danger in the driver's immediate field of vision.
In order to illuminate a security camera's field of vision with near-infrared light, OPTEK Technology developed two series of near-IR LED light ring assemblies, each containing from 10 to 24 LEDs with center wavelengths of 850 nm or 880 nm, matched to provide optimum illumination for the CCD image sensors used in many security cameras.
It claims to be the largest monetary prize in the field of vision and one of the biggest scientific prizes in the world.
A WOMAN driving while wearing an Islamic veil has been fined by French police for not having a clear field of vision.
It attacks the macula, an area that is vital for our central field of vision: Sufferers experience increasingly dim central vision (peripheral vision is unaffected).
The consequences, when overseas truckers attempt to overtake with a limited field of vision, can be devastating.
Tracks approach, rails that haul them into our field of vision. We who
Night time missions are an essential part of today's military operations, but existing equipment only provides 30-40 degree field of vision, which restricts situational awareness on the ground.'
British scientists looked at three patients who had lost awareness in half their field of vision as a result of a stroke.
Q I've experienced black specks that seem to float across my field of vision. What is the cause and what can I do about it?
6 : the presence of an object within the field of vision <I can't stand the sight of blood.> <She caught sight of an eagle.>