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Somani, "Biologically inspired monocular vision based navigation and mapping in GPSdenied environments," in Proceedings of the AIAA Infotech at Aerospace Conference and Exhibit and AIAA Unmanned ...
Experimental task and analysis of handspring performance: The experimental task was a handspring on vault that had to be performed either with binocular vision or with monocular vision (see Figure 1).
Coday, MD, and colleagues surveyed a variety of patients with acquired monocular vision [1].
Monocular vision lets prey animals focus on two things at once--their dinner and certain uninvited guests
At age 59, I lost all but 15 degrees of my field of vision over two years from normal pressure/low tension glaucoma, and then suffered permanent double vision and almost monocular vision from Surgery complications.
Art historians generally blame Trumbull's monocular vision and diminished sight with age for his lack of success in producing large-scale paintings.
Deer also possess a unique combination of monocular vision to each side and binocular vision to the front, producing a 310-degree field of view.
This exhibition explores art in a variety of media such as drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, and photography through the eyes of artists who have visual impairments such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, monocular vision, detached retina, cataract, color deficiency, and total blindness.
He wrote, "We see no principled basis for distinguishing between measures undertaken with artificial aids, like medications and devices, and measures undertaken, whether consciously or not, with the body's own systems."(16) People with monocular vision must "prove a disability by offering evidence [of] ...