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These single-lens systems have a limited field of view, but insects and other species with eyes composed of multiple units called ommatidia enjoy panoramic vision.
Mariner 9, 2012, is a forty-foot-long panoramic vision of the surface of Mars, sometime in the future.
Nor did I; every single episode of Steven Spielberg's gift to the 90s kid is a panoramic vision of the world, the human race and its deep, dark intrigues.
The image is then made available onto a maximum of three screens, where the operator can see a front panoramic vision, select a region of interest into which he can zoom in, while keeping, for instance, the upper part of the screen for the rear panoramic view in order to maintain full awareness.
There's no claustrophobic feeling thanks to the decent panoramic vision and the instruments and switches are clear and straightforward.
Look out of the window of this wow factor residence in the city centre and you are greeted with the Three Graces, the fabulous waterfront vision and a panoramic vision of the city.
It emerged that pigeons with >300-degree panoramic vision were well suited for this task because the wrap-round vision allows them to assess obstacles on either side.
He says of one of them, Elizabeth Bowen, 'She and her contemporaries constantly explore the ironic contradiction between the panoramic vision of the state's "big creations" and the dislocated points of view of those living out the tactical realities of the conflict'.