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Prototypes of the Tunnel Vision have been developed by the inventor and utilized with success.
As the name implies, tunnel vision denotes a loss of peripheral vision, resulting in a tightly focused field of view.
The photographs titled Screen, Double, Tunnel, Float and Hallucinate were based on a range of eye conditions such as floaters, double vision and tunnel vision. Dias was chosen from seven other participants in the exhibition which challenged them to present their interpretation of eye diseases through their lenses.
Brain scans of volunteers shown a series of images found a good mood helped them see more while those who were down in the dumps suffered from tunnel vision.
Chapters describe cognitive biases, such as tunnel vision, that lead to mistakes in reasoning; organizational traps like groupthink, rumors, and ego; and probability errors in forensic science and criminal profiling, such as the prosecutor's fallacy.
Pulselli and Tiezzi, of the University of Sienna, Italy, suggest that this problem is caused by a civic tunnel vision. Cities today are haphazard creations made without comprehensive planning.
Tunnel vision seldom serves and frequently undermines the common good.
Ms Henry said Fierce wanted to build on the success of its 10th birthday festival Fierce Ten, which saw events such as Tunnel Vision - a sound and lighting installation by Luke Jerram and Dan Jones in the 500 m disused Royal Mail tunnel connecting the former mail sorting office at The Mailbox to New Street Station.
To be a male teacher today you need fortitude, tunnel vision and both hands tied behind your back.
Beldyga said about 70 percent of drunk-driving fatalities are the result of tunnel vision, a narrowing of the eye's focus as blood-alcohol levels rise.
Key data points like speed, RPM, and gear selection are projected onto the windshield so that when your foot pushes down on the accelerator and tunnel vision sets in--trust me, this really happens--you don't need to look down at the dash.