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field of view

An MRI term for the size of the two- or three-dimensional spatial encoding area of the image, which is usually defined in units of cm2.

field of view

(FOV) (fēld vyū)
Area of anatomy included in an image.
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Difficulty for the driver to recognize the point of view (perspective), sightline, and field of view shown in the monitor
By looking at the magnification, light-gathering ability, field of view, and practicality of various optic systems, these purchasers can increase their chances of obtaining quality units that fulfill their operational and budgetary requirements.
The system provides a 35x diagonal field of view and accepts a variety of video inputs directly from the computer or sensor.
For fulfilling the given application, Edmund Optics TechSpec Variable Magnification Lenses offers the the field of view as per the need, comprising an adjustable iris for depth of field control and they feature a C-mount compatible design with 2/3-inch sensor coverage for ease of system integration.
As part of the initial effort, Vuzix will deliver a STWG system that is full color capable with a 30 degree field of view as a basic demonstration of the principles of waveguide technology.
Their ultra wide field of view provides excellent situational awareness when needed.
The desktop trainer contains a high performance concept whereby a full 240A horizontal outside field of view is presented to the trainee, whereas managing a high performance field of view display which is usually provided in bigger and more costly full mission bridge simulators.
The Scallop Imaging D7-180 camera provides seven-megapixel resolution across a 180 degree field of view, along with H.
This addition to the company's on-line 360[degrees] profile measurement solution family has a field of view that is 150 mm x 150 mm, complimenting earlier models having fields of view of 25, 50, 75 and 100 mm.
Such detectors are now common, but Lawrence Berkeley scientists have figured out a way to stitch together several hundred of the largest ones, allowing for an unusually wide field of view, Perlmutter says.
The battery-operated system provides a 35x diagonal field of view, accepts a variety of video inputs into the compact, clip-mounted display control unit, and is well suited for OEMs, military, medical, training, simulation, and virtual reality applications.