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foveate

 [fo´ve-āt]
pitted.

fo·ve·ate

, foveated (fō'vē-āt, -ā-ted),
Pitted; having foveas or depressions on the surface.

foveate

adjective Characterised by one or more foveae; pitted .

fo·ve·ate

, foveated (fō'vē-āt, -ā-tĕd)
Pitted; having foveae or depressions on the surface.

foveate

pitted.
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2003) found that visual processing of foveated information was poorer during handsfree cellular phone conversations than during single-task conditions even after controlling for differences in fixation duration.
A real-time foveated multi-resolution system for low-bandwidth video communication.
Elsewhere, the technology also has hefty potential performance benefits, as eye-tracking lends itself to a feature known as foveated rendering.
Note that the limited field of view with the HMD cannot account for participants' failure to detect the nuclear devices: The nuclear device was always presented within 15[degrees] of the target (tank or soldier), so the field of view was large enough that the nuclear devices we re in the field of view when a cued tank was foveated.
This would be increasingly true the farther the image of the pedestrian was from the foveated map image.