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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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These cameras do not integrate the field of view information that the driver needs to pay immediate attention to, thus failing to adequately reduce the cognitive load on the driver.
Full-Size * Magnification & Field of View Company Model Objective (mm) (ft.
Imagine wearing the Nomad in a particular environment and having relevant intelligence information appear in your field of view as you move through that space.
Unlike conventional single wavelength instruments, the 2-colour UX70P does not require the target to fill the field of view, it is tolerant of dirty windows and minor changes in emissivity, while indication remains unaffected by obstructions in the line of sight.
These include magnification, light-gathering ability, field of view, and practicality.
It provides the field of view they need to train at lower cost than the dome," Nesta said.
SA Photonics has developed the High Resolution Night Vision System (HRNVS), a wide field of view digital night vision head mounted display for use by commercial and military pilots of fixed-wing airplanes and rotorcraft.
The cameras offer complete coverage with a wide field of view and high levels of detail with resolutions up to 4 MP.
It's quite a striking mini-constellation that fits comfortably in the 6x field of view of my 10x30 image-stabilized binoculars.
Perfect for any Class III shooter wanting the maximum in quick target acquisition, the Kemper XL features a field of view so large, it can be used for skeet shooting and fastmoving varmint hunting.
Field of view is 240' at 1,000 yards, and weight is 6.
Olympus' EndoEYE is a deflectable video laparoscope that combines a distally-mounted video chip with an advanced flexible tip design, providing a complete 100-degree field of view from multiple angles to visually capture the desired location head-on, from above, or even from behind.