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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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The light intensification version features a 1280 x 1024-pixel sensor with 8[degrees] and 5[degrees] fields of view, and is capable of detecting a soldier at two km, while the thermal imaging version has a 384 x 288-pixel sensor, with 9.4[degrees] and 4.7[degrees] fields of view offering soldier detection capability at a range of over six kilometres.
Bigger binoculars reveal fainter objects, but they're also less convenient and have narrower fields of view.
* AFFORDABLE OCULARS Two new eyepieces from SmartAstronomy offer wide, flat fields of view at comfortable prices.
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.
Unlike HERCULES and existing detectors that consist or arrays of phototubes with overlapping fields of view, this detector would consist of two small telescopes with apertures of 10 or 20 centimeters set far apart so that their fields of view do not overlap.
The OMM is said to provide accurate process control metrology where it is needed most, on the production floor, featuring high-speed, non-contact topography measurements for feature heights from 0.1 mm up to 2 mm and for fields of view up to 8 mm square on advanced surfaces, according to the manufacturer.