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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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Users of the Meprolight NOA x7 uncooled thermal sniper sight had voiced the need for a dual magnification sight that would maintain the same maximum magnification, but that offered a wider field of view for better situational awareness in the surveillance phase.
If so, try placing Mirach just barely outside the southeastern edge of your field of view. NGC 404 sits approximately on an imaginary line connecting Mirach and Mu.
In addition to the driver's own direct-eye field of view, rearview and sideview mirrors as well as rearview monitors are visual enhancement components that can enhance the entire field of view.
WDR enables pictures, from the darkest spot to the brightest spot in a scene--such as a camera looking from inside to a door or window--to have a balanced light level, enabling a picture of a person in the field of view of the camera to not be obscured in silhouette.
(1998), for example, tested 294 older drivers (age 55-87 years) on a variety of sensory measures (acuity, contrast sensitivity, stereoacuity, visual field sensitivity, and glare) and also assessed of the drivers' functional field of view. They found that a 40% reduction in the size of the functional field of view results in an increase in crash risk of about 2.3 times.
The field of view of the sight on the FAMAS rifle is 10 degrees.
The MAHE Pediatric Naso-Pharyngoscope has a 300-mm working length with a 0[degrees] Field of View. The Depth of Focus is 3 mm to infinity, and the length of the movable tip is 30 mm Additionally, the MAHE Pediatric Naso-Pharyngoscope has up and down deflection of 120[degrees] and 100[degrees], easy one-hand operation, a conventional image guide system, and a 6,000-pixel image.
Instead of focusing on a limited field of view, the antennas are all broad beam, and are programmed in software to provide the desired horizontal and vertical coverage.
Lenox Instrument Company has introduced its new Swing Prism Adjustable Borescope, featuring a unique rotating lens that offers a 50[degrees] field of view that scans through both a 120[degrees] included arc and a full 360[degrees] orbital scan.
A patented combination of optics, electronics and a micro-display allows technicians to put color text and graphical images continuously in their field of view while they work.
The Duovids have 42mm objective lenses; field of view is 362 feet at 1,000 yards (8X) and 268 feet at 1,000 yards (12X).
The sector-blanking feature prohibits an operator from viewing video from any of 16 sectors within total field of view. Privacy masking allows the user to create six independent rectangular masks that can be placed anywhere in the field of view and move as the camera pans, tilts, and zooms, to prohibit viewing of a selected area.