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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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It features a 754 x 576 cooled camera with two fields of view (8[degrees] x 6[degrees] wide and 3.
Paul Travers, President of Vuzix Corporation, stated, "Vuzix' waveguide technology is unique compared to competitive solutions in that it is capable of producing very wide fields of view with full color operation.
n-Vision President Christopher Lewis said: "Displays with lesser fields of view have been available since virtual reality took off about six years ago.
At the same time, they require fields of view large enough to accommodate a wide range of subjects.
Typically, these clusters would have differing fields of view, frame rates and resolution.
This architecture gives us the potential to achieve much wider fields of view and higher resolution necessary for the higher performance imaging and consumer products we are targeting.